Distributed Ledgers, Traceable Shares, and the Division of Power in Corporate Law

George S. Geis, Traceable Shares and Corporate Law, 113 Nw. U. L. Rev. __ (forthcoming 2018), available at SSRN. Christopher M. Bruner Theories of corporate governance, and associated normative claims about the optimal balance of power between shareholders and boards of directors, often gloss over—or ignore entirely—”the recessed plumbing of back-end clearing processes.” To be sure, growing empirical literatures inform such debates by illuminating various strategies of exit and voice deployed by important categories of investors, yet the accuracy, efficiency, and integrity of securities trading and voting mechanisms often go unexplored.  In the article Traceable Shares and Corporate Law, George Geis provides a fascinating window onto the complex mechanics of clearing and voting in publicly traded companies—and particularly how “distributed ledgers and blockchain technology” may revolutionize these processes, with…

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