Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP provides legal advisory services. The firm’s practice areas include appellate, bankruptcy and creditors' rights, business litigation, construction law, corporate, Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 and Employee Benefits, economic development, environmental, and estate planning. Additionally, it also provides legal services in areas including governmental relations and administrative law, health care, mergers and acquisitions, securities, labor and employment litigation, taxation, pharmaceutical, and medical device litigation. The firm was established in 1897 and is based in Columbia, South Carolina with additional offices in Atlanta, Georgi...
1320 Main Street
Columbia, SC 29201
Founded in 1897
Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP Presents at UNC Alternative Investments Conference, Mar-23-2016 through Mar-24-2016
Mar 22 16
Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP Presents at UNC Alternative Investments Conference, Mar-23-2016 through Mar-24-2016. Venue: The Carolina Inn, Chapel Hill, NC, United States. Presentation Date & Speakers: Mar-23-2016, Kiran Lingam, Partner & Head of FinTech, Emerging Growth and VC, Larry Ostema, of Counsel & Co-Chair Energy Practice.
Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP Announces Appointment of Matthew G. Lindenbaum as Partner in Boston Office
Aug 25 15
Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP announced appointment of Matthew G. Lindenbaum as a partner in Boston office, having previously served as a partner at Goodwin Procter LLP.
Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP Enters New York Legal Market with the Opening of Office; Announces Executive Appointments
Jun 23 15
Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP has entered the legal market in New York City with the opening of an office at 415 Madison Ave. and the addition of corporate attorneys experienced in financial services. Nelson Mullins' capital markets group works largely out of Nelson Mullins' Atlanta and Charlotte offices, and the group plans to expand its practice in those offices as well as the New York office. The team focuses on analyzing, documenting, closing, warehousing, servicing, staging, and selling commercial and multifamily mortgage loans destined for securitization, as well as asset-backed lending. The team represents international, national, regional, state, and community banks, insurance companies, mortgage brokers, and other institutional lenders, as well as master and special loan servicers, in a variety of matters. The team works in conjunction with Nelson Mullins' business transaction, tax, ERISA, business reorganization, and securitizations lawyers. It is led by Bradley J. Denson in Atlanta and Jonathan J. Nugent in Charlotte. In addition to New York, Nelson Mullins has more than 500 attorneys and other professionals with offices in the District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Massachusetts, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and West Virginia. Established in 1897, the firm's attorneys provide advice and counsel in litigation, corporate, economic development, securities, finance, intellectual property, government relations, regulatory, and other needs of clients ranging from private individuals to large businesses, including many publicly held companies.
The company announced the addition of corporate attorneys experienced in financial services. JPMorgan Chase Bank Executive Director Steve Hantz joins as a partner in Nelson Mullins' real estate capital markets group, and will assist the 20-plus member team from his base in New York City. Joining him is associate Gillian Deutch, who has previous real estate and corporate finance experience from other New York law firms. Hantz has spent the past seven years in the commercial mortgage-backed securities loan closing group on structuring and closing CMBS loans for multi-borrower securitizations and large loans for single borrower securitizations. He works with loan originators to structure loans and draft loan term sheets, working directly with borrowers and their counsel to negotiate and draft the term sheets. He currently manages loan closings and works on the securitization and sale of the loans. Before joining JPMorgan, he worked in a similar role at Bear Stearns.