Update: Story was corrected. An earlier version said that Cooley was working on at least 20 IPOs this year and had worked on 42 last year; those figures include both initial public offerings and follow-on stock offerings.

SAN FRANCISCO — Lawyers in Silicon Valley predict that 2011 could be the busiest year for IPOs since the dot-com bubble burst, if offerings in January and February are any indication.

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