The technology bubble may have burst more than 15 years ago, but large law firms are still taking equity stakes in startup companies that they help bring to market.

When Cooley took the lead last month on an initial public offering for Snap Inc. valuing the ephemeral messaging service at $33 billion, documents filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission showed that the firm owned shares in the company worth $11.7 million.

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