Autograph’s $170 Million Series B Funding Round

Latham & Watkins represented Autograph in the transaction.

Autograph, the Web3 brand pioneering a new era of digital experiences, announced the closing of a series B funding totaling US$170M co-led by a16z and Kleiner Perkins. This comes on the heels of Series A financing in July 2021 co-led by 01A and Velvet Sea Ventures. 

Latham & Watkins represented Autograph in the transaction with a corporate deal team led by Los Angeles partner Alex Voxman, with New York associate Eduard Grigoryan, Century City associate Adele Zhang, Bay Area associate Adam Zuckerman, and Los Angeles associate Karysa Norris. Advice was also provided on data and technology transactions matters by Los Angeles partner Ghaith Mahmood; on tax matters by Los Angeles partner Pardis Zomorodi; on benefits & compensation matters by Los Angeles partner Larry Seymour, with Los Angeles associate Joseph Benedetto; and on intellectual property matters by Orange County counsel Julie Dalke, with Orange County trademark attorney Emma Lammawin.

Involved fees earner: Joseph Benedetto – Latham & Watkins; Julie Dalke – Latham & Watkins; Eduard Grigoryan – Latham & Watkins; Emma Lammawin – Latham & Watkins; Ghaith Mahmood – Latham & Watkins; Larry Seymour – Latham & Watkins; Alex Voxman – Latham & Watkins; Adele Zhang – Latham & Watkins; Pardis Zomorodi – Latham & Watkins; Adam Zuckerman – Latham & Watkins;

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