It’s been a tumultuous few weeks for WeWork, and several large law firms are working through each step of the unfolding drama.

Less than a year removed from a $47 billion valuation, the co-working space operator saw its valuation drop to less than $10 billion, had its CEO ousted, is projected to lay off around 2,000 employees and has canceled its much anticipated initial public offering.

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