It may be the hottest IPO market in the world, but when it comes to the fees law firms charge to take a company public, the Silicon Valley is a relative bargain.

For an average price of $420,000, Bay Area firms will handle a company’s initial public offering, Securities and Exchange Commission documents show. That’s a blue-light special when compared to the $818,000 charged at New York firms or the $663,600 averaged by Los Angeles lawyers.

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