Silicon Legal represented Beekeeper as they acquired Lua. Beekeeper, the leading mobile workforce productivity and collaboration platform designed specifically for frontline workers. Lua, with a presence in Denmark and the U.S., digitizes how work is coordinated and orchestrated across frontline teams. Beekeeper and Lua will use their combined expertise to digitize manual, paper-based processes to…
Silicon Legal represented Doorvest as they raised $2.5 million in seed funding. Doorvest is a high-yield, real estate investment platform for busy professionals looking to generate passive, reliable income. The round was led by Mucker Capital. The Silicon Legal client team included Guy Ladetzky, Mike Perez, and Britney Warner.
Betterview, an industry leader in the remote property intelligence space, closed a $7.5 million round of funding led by ManchesterStory. Guidewire Software, Nationwide, EMC Insurance Companies, MaidenRe, Compound, Winklevoss Capital, and Chestnut Street Ventures also participated. The Silicon Legal client team included Andre Gharakhanian, Natasha Hsieh, Ian Peck, Natasha Arora, and Britney Warner.
Silicon Legal client Expensify acquired the First National Bank Building in downtown Portland. Expensify is a financial services startup that provides an online expense management service for customers worldwide. For more information, click here. The Silicon Legal client team included Andre Gharakhanian, Heidi Walas, Guy Ladetzky, Sarah Boulden, Michael Young, Mike Perez, and Britney Warner.
Silicon Legal client Green Rush Consulting, an online marketplace that enables consumers to connect with cannabis dispensary retailers, has agreed to sell its Oddysee Software Platform to Alchemist Mining for $4.75MM. Oddysee is a software-as-a-service platform focused on the automation of city and state cannabis license applications. Alchemist Mining’s goal is to be a global…
Silicon Legal represented LoungeBuddy, a digital platform that enables travelers to discover, book and access airport lounges worldwide, in its acquisition by American Express. The Silicon Legal client team included Coleman Cannon, Guy Ladetzky, Peter Volz and Britney Warner. For more information, click here.
ProductBoard, the San Francisco and Prague-based startup that offers product management software, closed a $10 million round of Series A funding led by Index Ventures. Kleiner Perkins, Credo Ventures, Rockaway Capital and Reflex Capital also participated. The Silicon Legal client team included Andre Gharakhanian, Coleman Cannon, Natasha Hsieh, Jackie Sheely and Britney Warner.