Doron Magen is an associate in the Corporate Reorganization department of Hughes Hubbard & Reed. Doron represents domestic and international corporations restructuring their financial affairs both in and out-of-court, as well as creditors in a wide range of matters, including Chapter 11 proceedings. Doron also provides bankruptcy advice in connection with financing transactions. Doron maintains an active pro bono practice, representing clients in a variety of corporate matters. Doron is a co-chair of HHR Pride, the firm’s LGBTQ+ affinity group.
Prior to joining Hughes Hubbard & Reed, Doron was an associate at Kirkland & Ellis LLP in the Restructuring group and served as a judicial fellow for the Honorable Gerald Lebovits in the New York State Supreme Court.
Member, Leadership Council of the LGBT Bar Association of New York
Member, New York State Bar Association
Contributing editor, Norton Journal of Bankruptcy Law & Practice, 2019 Edition
United States District Court for the Southern District of New York
In re Imerys Talc America Inc.: Counsel to Imerys S.A., a French mining company, in connection with the Chapter 11 bankruptcy of certain of its U.S. talc mining subsidiaries
In re Hermitage Offshore Services: Counsel to secured lenders DNB Bank ASA and Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken AB in the chapter 11 proceeding of Hermitage and its debtor-affiliates, with connection to the lenders’ $132 million senior secured loan
Representation of Isos Acquisition Corp., a special purpose acquisition company or SPAC, in its proposed merger with Bowlero Corp. to take the world’s largest owner and operator of bowling centers public, which values the combined entity at $2.6 billion
Lehman Brothers Inc.: representation of the trustee appointed pursuant to Securities Investor Protection Act (SIPA) liquidation proceeding
Representation of Hawaiian Airlines Inc. in connection with a $262 million offering of enhanced equipment trust certificates (EETC) secured by eight Airbus aircraft
Out of court representation of a singer-songwriter (pro bono) in a dispute concerning client’s master and composition rights, successfully negotiating a settlement with the client’s musical collaborators