Sullivan & Worcester Expands Real Estate Practice in New York
Boston and New York City – International law firm Sullivan & Worcester announced today that Nancy S. Gillman has rejoined the firm’s Real Estate group. Gillman, who previously practiced at Sullivan in both the firm’s Boston and New York City offices, will be counsel, advising clients on real estate finance issues including commercial real estate loans, acquisitions, dispositions, REITs and commercial mortgage-backed securitization as well as representing financial institutions as mortgage loan sellers in commercial mortgage-backed securities transactions and commercial real estate collateralized loan obligations.
"We are thrilled to welcome Nancy back to the Sullivan real estate team," said Ashley Brooks, leader of Sullivan’s Real Estate Group. "She is a strategic consensus builder and skilled client advocate who understands the intricacies of complex financing transactions which is especially important to be able to move projects forward in today’s market."
"I am delighted to be rejoining such talented lawyers and professionals at the firm I consider to be my professional home," said Gillman. "I look forward to working collaboratively with the team and contributing my skills and experience to serve Sullivan’s clients."
Prior to rejoining Sullivan, Gillman worked at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer US and at Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft. She earned her B.A. in Political Science from Brown University and her J.D. at Suffolk University Law School.
Sullivan & Worcester (Sullivan) is a leading AmLaw 200 law firm with over 200 attorneys in Boston, London, New York, Tel Aviv and Washington, DC. Sullivan’s clients, including Fortune 500 companies and emerging businesses, rely on Sullivan’s strategic vision, comfort with complexity and intense focus on results. As a global law firm, Sullivan’s reach extends beyond the United States. Sullivan has represented clients around the world and has a deep bench for working on a variety of matters and issues affecting clients globally.