Dorian J. Deen is part of a team that focuses on diverse transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, spinoffs, and strategic alliances. Other areas of work are matters involving finance, restructuring, tax, and securities, including public and private equity, and debt offerings. He advises clients ranging from Fortune 500 companies and investment banks to emerging market companies.
While attending law school, Dorian served as a senior editor for the Rutgers Business Law Review. His Note, “Circuit Court Sprawl in the Age of Civil RICO Causes of Action: Proximate Cause and the Dilemma Facing the Third-Party Payor Prescription Drug Industry” was selected for publication in the Rutgers Business Law Review’s 16th Volume. Dorian also served as director of the International Refugee Assistance Project, and received the Class of 2021 Pro Bono Publico Award in recognition of over 200+ hours of pro bono work.
Recipient, Pro Bono Publico Award, Rutgers Law School Class of 2021