Zane Hatahet practices in the firm’s Corporate Department. Mr. Hatahet advises on matters involving securities regulation, corporate finance & governance, banking, and mergers & acquisitions. In addition, Mr. Hatahet, who was born in Detroit and spent part of his childhood growing up in Dubai, has a keen interest in energy law and environmental law. Prior to joining Dickinson Wright, Mr. Hatahet attended the University of Michigan Law School, where he gained experience working as a student attorney for the Unemployment Insurance Project, Environmental Law Clinic, and Low Income Taxpayers Clinic, and as a research assistant for J.J. Prescott, for whom he did research primarily regarding law & economics. He served as a Judicial Intern for Judge Julian Abele Cook, Jr. in Detroit in summer 2013, and he worked in-house at Marathon Petroleum Corporation in summer 2014.
Counseling clients undergoing public and private offerings, including domestic and foreign companies pursuing IPOs in the United States.
Preparing and submitting securities filings to the SEC and related blue sky filings.
Performing contract review, contract drafting, and corporate legal research.
Providing assistance on corporate planning and corporate transactional matters.
Researching and counseling on complex environmental compliance matters.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Zane S. Hatahet