(610) 977-2083


Radnor Financial Center,

150 N Radnor-Chester Road, Suite F200, Radnor, PA 19087


Over 30 Years of Trusted and Outstanding Counsel

Doron Henkin is a 1983 graduate of Yale Law School and a 1980 graduate of Wesleyan University. He was a Senior Editor of The Yale Law Journal. After graduating, he served as law clerk to the Honorable Dolores K. Sloviter of the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit from 1983 to 1985. He has also taught Real Estate Law at The Wharton School (Semester Course – Real Estate Law 2003-2008) and Villanova Law School (Practical Lawyering Skills, Real Estate Portion – 1989-1998).

What drives us

In his practice, Doron Henkin has for more than 30 years been a business lawyer working, by preference, across a number of practice areas for his clients, in a small-to-medium law-firm setting.

He believes that this approach offers clients good value and sound expertise for both the short and long run. His practice addresses the full range of transactional and litigated issues in business, debtor-creditor relations and real estate. In business matters, he concentrates on business formation, general counseling, acquisition, finance, sale, governance, contracts, intellectual property and licensing. For debtor-creditor matters, he focuses on insolvency, business bankruptcy, restructuring and workouts, enforcement and recovery actions, asset dispositions and acquisitions, and the rights and obligations of all parties when these issues are at stake. 

In real estate, he addresses commercial real estate acquisition, real estate lending and borrowing, brokerage, leasing, management, foreclosure and environmental areas. He also has broad experience litigating matters to settlement or to decision, and on appeal, particularly within these areas of concentration.

Martindale-Hubbell® Peer Review Ratings™, the gold standard in attorney ratings, have recognized lawyers for their strong legal ability and high ethical standards for more than a century.

Some Representative Matters:

The chapter 11 reorganization and refinancing of a major downtown office building, of a landmark hotel and mixed-use property and of regional fuel and petroleum distributors. The non-bankruptcy reorganization of an investment house including multiple businesses and entities. The recovery for the benefit of creditors of fraudulently conveyed assets of a failed investment company. Representing real estate lenders and other participants in distressed real estate matters.

Representing a foreign government agency in U.S. bankruptcy proceedings. Formation, acquisition and sale of small to medium-sized businesses, assets and stock, and day-to-day business matters for: a manufacturer of holiday, paper and plastic products with plants in several states; a regional and increasingly national HVAC, crane and construction services company; a court-reporting and trial technologies company; French and German corporations with U.S. subsidiaries.

Representing life insurance companies and borrowers in financing shopping centers, office buildings, industrial and flex buildings and other projects. Representing an international retail company in acquiring, leasing and financing large real estate projects. Representing a national real-estate brokerage firm for matters in Pennsylvania.

Trials to verdict of: A suit for breach of a refining joint venture agreement in West Virginia; insurance coverage matters; dissolution of a Florida real estate partnership; failure of a developer to site a vacation home with required parking; claimed breach of contract by a nationally-known comedian.