Nick's practice focuses on the CMBS loan industry with an emphasis on representing CMBS loan servicers in all aspects of CMBS loan servicing, including assisting clients with servicing practices, procedures, and standards, in addition to business and legal issues involving pooling and servicing agreements, mezzanine loans, preferred equity, inter-creditor and co-lender agreements, REMIC and rating agency reviews. Nick is experienced in handling loan servicing files involving loan assumptions, consents to non-permitted equity transfers, material alterations, partial releases, easements, collateral swaps and redevelopment, cash management, condemnations, loan modifications and SNDA/leasing matters, along with loan servicing of distressed assets including forbearances, deeds in lieu of foreclosure and other loan workouts.
Nick also has experience representing private and institutional lenders in connection with the origination of secured loans and representing public and private companies with respect to various M&A transactions, equity offerings, and debt financings.
What I find both challenging and interesting about the CMBS industry is how expansive and multifaceted it is. The issues and trends we encounter are always changing in connection with business cycles and the broader economy, while individual transactions touch upon a variety of non-real estate sectors across all 50 states. In practice, this requires a keen awareness of the objectives of both our lender clients, and their borrowers, to offer innovative solutions to complex matters.
After practicing in the CMBS space for so many years, I’ve absorbed a great deal of knowledge on the business aspects of the industry, in addition to purely legal matters. I’m able to leverage this deep familiarity with the industry to offer strategic and practicable solutions in an efficient and cost-effective manner. My clients view such efficient problem-solving as a competitive advantage for their transactions.
EducationEmory University, J.D., 2014University of South Carolina, B.S., 2011
InvolvementCharleston Metro Chamber of CommerceLeadership Discovery ProgramEmory Alumni AssociationMemberSouth Carolina BarYoung Lawyers DivisionUniversity of South CarolinaAlumni Association, Member
Bar AdmissionsFloridaGeorgiaSouth Carolina
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