The Impending Collision Between DAOs and U.S. Bankruptcy Courts
By Darren Azman, Partner & Gregg Steinman, Associate, McDermott Will & Emery
The focal point of blockchain technology is the concept of decentralization—that is, no central authority exists with control and decision-making power. As blockchain technology has evolved, innovators have found creative uses of the technology to disrupt centralized structures, including the...
We hope you enjoyed your free content!
To continue, please become a TMA member.
Access the Journal of Corporate Renewal and other content in the Learning Link.
Become part of a global organization of turnaround and restructuring professionals with 52 Chapters and more than 400 events each year.
Build your personal brand and professional network with opportunities to connect, speak, lead, and win awards.
Gregg Steinman is an associate in McDermott’s Business Restructuring group. He focuses his practice on corporate and transactional matters, particularly Chapter 11 bankruptcy cases. He has extensive restructuring experience in a variety of fields, including energy, cryptocurrency, healthcare, retail, manufacturing, telecommunications, and transportation. Steinman also has distinct experience investigating insolvent entities for the purpose of recovering assets lost as a result of fraud and pursuing avoidance actions and related matters.
Darren Azman is a member of McDermott’s Management Committee and a partner in the Business Restructuring group. His practice focuses on corporate restructurings, creditors’ rights, and distressed acquisitions. Azman is a recognized leader in the cryptocurrency space, having led the representation of the official committee of unsecured creditors in the first-ever crypto Chapter 11 case, Cred. Inc. He currently leads the representation of the official committee of unsecured creditors in Voyager Digital Holdings Inc.