Goodwin’s Technology team advised Miro in its acquisition of the visual collaboration platform, Freehand, from InVision. The deal includes the technology and brand assets, customer relationships, and talent associated with Freehand.

Miro is a visual workspace for innovation that enables distributed teams of any size to build the next big thing. The platform's infinite canvas enables teams to lead engaging workshops and meetings, design products, brainstorm ideas, and more. Miro, co-headquartered in San Francisco and Amsterdam, serves more than 60M users worldwide, including 99% of the Fortune 100. Miro was founded in 2011 and currently has more than 1,800 employees in 12 hubs around the world. To learn more, please visit

InVision is an online whiteboard and visual team collaboration platform that allows designers to create interactive mockups for web and mobile projects.

The Goodwin team consisted of Anthony McCusker, John Casnocha, Justin Smith, Alice Thai, Jenna Zendarski and Daisy Beckner (Corporate and M&A); Kelsey Lemaster and Cecily Xi (Tax); Kevin Lam, Brittany Fayette, Travis Jahnke, and Jinny Kim (IPTS); Jackie Klosek and Federica De Santis (U.S. Privacy); Curtis McCluskey and Joe Ndep (UK Privacy); Grace Wirth and Regina Couto (ECB); Meg Thering and Oscar Barron-Guerra (US L&E); Alex Fisher and Emma Randall (UK L&E); Andrew Lacy and Kevin Walsh (Antitrust); Jacob Osborne, Amy Josselyn and Gozde Guckaya (Global Trade); and Ai Tajima and Shelby Hecht (RWI Insurance).

For more information, please read the press release.