Whether I’m guiding clients through the bankruptcy process or helping them resolve a challenging business dispute in litigation, my goal is to deliver value and peace of mind. Clients can always count on me to listen to their concerns, help them visualize their ideal outcome for the case, and design a game plan that will put them in the best position to achieve their objectives as quickly and effectively as possible.
Ben Hugon focuses his practice on representing debtors, creditors, committees, trustees and other parties in corporate restructuring and bankruptcy matters. In addition to guiding clients through reorganization and liquidation proceedings, he has significant experience handling complex bankruptcy-related litigation concerning fraudulent conveyances, preference actions, officer and director breach of fiduciary duties, auditor liability, contract disputes, and much more. Ben represents clients in a variety of industries, including oil and gas and mortgage lending and servicing.
Following law school, Ben served as a judicial clerk for two years in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Texas, where he gained behind-the-scenes experience in the bankruptcy process and learned how to prepare compelling arguments that focus on the critical issues at play in the case.