Jennifer Doran focuses her practice on business law, with an emphasis on closely held and family owned businesses, commercial transactions, and creditors’ rights.
She specializes in advising closely held business on intergenerational issues, succession planning, and growth strategies, including mergers and acquisitions, ESOPs, and intra-company transactions. Jennifer also counsels’ clients on formation issues, joint ventures, contract preparation, security issues, equipment leasing, distribution rights, licensing, and other commercial matters. She has particular expertise in the construction and distribution industries.
Jennifer also represents creditors in insolvency and bankruptcy matters including workouts, preference and fraudulent transfer actions, the assumption of real estate leases, single purpose entity structures, the acquisition of assets from bankruptcy, and other issues facing both secured and unsecured creditors. She also counsels’ clients with respect to the structure of securitized loan transactions and represents indenture trustees on a variety of matters, including default issues.
Jennifer serves on Hinckley Allen’s Executive Committee.
The current pandemic has created financial and other disruptions to numerous businesses throughout the country. As a result, the possibility of acquiring a distressed business has become a real opportunity for numerous companies that might not otherw...