The firm represented certain investors and the special committee of the board of directors of Quirky, Inc., a developer of crowdsourced inventions, and its affiliates. The New York-based company filed for bankruptcy protection in September 2015. During the case, the company sold its smart-home business Wink to Flextronics International, a supply chains solutions company and sold Quirky, Inc.’s remaining assets to Q Holdings, LLC.

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