Cadwalader Partners Named Law360 MVPs in Multiple Practice Areas

September 06, 2022

Cadwalader partners Holly Chamberlain, Bonnie Neuman, Nick Shiren and Lary Stromfeld have been named Law360 2022 MVPs as part of the annual program that recognizes attorneys who have “distinguished themselves from their peers by securing hard-earned successes in high-stakes litigation, complex global matters and record-breaking deals.”

The attorneys were selected for:

- Holly Chamberlain, Real Estate: Chamberlain focuses her practice on real estate finance as well as matters affecting property owners’ ownership, acquisition and disposition of real estate interests. She represents lenders in the financing of all types of properties through single asset as well as multi-state and multi-property transactions and consisting of one or more tranches of senior, pari passu and subordinate debt.

- Bonnie Neuman, Hospitality: Neuman, who is co-chair of Cadwalader’s Finance Group and head of the firm’s Real Estate Finance practice, represents global investment banks, national and international financial institutions, investors and servicers in domestic and cross-border transactions, including the origination of mortgage and mezzanine loans, syndication, loan servicing, non-performing loan securitizations, loan restructuring and bankruptcy-related matters.

- Nick Shiren, Structured Finance: Shiren focuses his practice on a broad range of capital markets and financing transactions, with a focus on structured finance. In particular, Nick has extensive experience in derivative products, structured credit transactions and securitization. He represents leading investment banks, arrangers, issuers and collateral managers in transactions throughout Europe and the United States.

- Lary Stromfeld, Banking: Stromfeld is highly-regarded for giving innovative yet practical advice involving complex market structures, financial products, legal disputes and regulatory matters. He is currently representing the Federal Reserve’s ARRC in navigating the cash markets through LIBOR transition, in which role he was the lead author of legislation enacted by the State of New York to address contracts relying on LIBOR and which served as the model for a similar Federal law.