Daniel Stabile, a partner in Shutts & Bowen LLP’s Miami office, recently served as a panelist speaker at the 46th Annual Alexander L. Paskay Memorial Bankruptcy Seminar, sponsored by the American Bankruptcy Institute (ABI).
Daniel spoke as a panelist on “The Future of Technology and the Practice of Law,” on Thursday, March 30 at 3 pm. The panel also included R. Scott Shuker, Nicole DiBlasi, Prof. Marcia Narine Weldon and the Honorable Lori V. Vaughan. During the presentation, Daniel and his co-panelists provided an update on the key technological issues facing practicing attorneys today, including cyberattacks, software needs, Zoom updates, electronic signatures, hybrid hearings and cryptotechnology, as well as decentralized autonomous organizations and tokenized assets (i.e., NFTs, metaverse and DeFi).
A memorial CLE program honoring the lifetime achievements of the late Bankruptcy Judge Alexander L. Paskay, the seminar features prominent regional and national speakers, including 10 regional bankruptcy judges, to discuss current commercial and consumer bankruptcy issues.
About Daniel Stabile
Daniel Stabile is a partner in the Miami office of Shutts & Bowen LLP, where he is a member of the Financial Services Practice Group. The firm's Financial Services Practice Group has been recognized by Chambers USA as a Band 1 banking and financial practice area since its first publication. In the financial services arena, Daniel represents financial institutions in internal and governmental/SRO investigations, enforcement proceedings, civil litigations, and arbitrations. Daniel is a leading attorney in the distributed ledger and digital asset spaces and since 2018 has taught a popular course at the University of Miami Law School on digital asset regulation. He has also co-authored a first-of-its kind textbook on digital asset regulation that is taught at law schools across the country.