Doug has represented clients in all manner of roles as debtors and creditors, both secured and unsecured, as well as creditor committees in bankruptcy proceedings and related litigation. He is a seasoned bankruptcy attorney and litigator, and a passionate advocate who gained training and experience in some of New York and New Jersey’s largest firms. In addition to business bankruptcy and related debtor-creditor litigation, Doug has represented foreign bank interests in American courts and has had extensive experience dealing with issues relating to fraud, including post-judgment proceedings. Doug has also represented individuals in Chapter 11, 13 and 7 matters.
Doug attended Rutgers Law School, where he served on the Rutgers Law Review, was elected to the Order of the Coif, and graduated cum laude. After passing the New York bar, he practiced law in New York City as a commercial litigator at Wilkie Farr & Gallagher, and then Greenberg Traurig where he transitioned into bankruptcy work. Along the way, he became a member of the New Jersey Bar, practicing at Porzio, Bromberg and Newman in Morristown, NJ prior to returning to New York as the co-founder of DuffyAmedeo LLP. Doug has been active in local bar associations and served as a former chair of the Bankruptcy Committee of the New York County Lawyer’s Association.