"therefore recieve protection under the law in case your company goes bankrupt. In fact, you could instead estimate the year Congress passes a ‘right to not-death’ law which would protect your body in the event of a bankruptcy even before routine unfreezing, "
I'm not entirely sure why you reach this conclusion. Demonstrating that a cryogenically frozen man is not dead is interesting news, but what would prompt the government to pass such a law? There are many people that can and do die without some drug or periodic medical treatment even now, yet there is no 'right to not-death' to protect them should they fall through the usual (limited) safety nets.