NEW YORK – Feb. 13, 2019 – Global law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP represented WeWork in its acquisition of Euclid, a leading spatial-analytics platform. WeWork provides shared workspaces for companies including tech start-ups, entrepreneurs, and freelancers.
Based in San Francisco, California, Euclid’s team operates a proprietary analytics platform that uses WiFi signals to understand how space is used without the installation of any additional hardware.
The Greenberg Traurig team that represented WeWork was led by Shareholder Ejim Peter Achi. He was assisted by shareholders Chang Won Choi, David M. Greenberg, Richard C. Kim, and associates Paul G. Yakulis, Alexander Mandel, David Hong, and Haley Ratner.
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