Cadwalader's 2020 promotion round included members of our global real estate team.

Charlotte's Aaron Benjamin and Christopher Dickson were elected to the firm's partnership, while Matthew Pawling and Michael Ruder were promoted to special counsel, along with Catherine Richardson, who contributed an article to this month's REF News and Views

Aaron’s practice is concentrated in structured finance transactions of all types, with a focus on asset-based finance, security and mortgage loan repurchase transactions and related capital markets transactions, including commercial real estate CLOs. Christopher focuses on real estate finance origination and syndication, and he represents financial institutions, debt funds and separate accounts in connection with the origination of mortgage loans secured by all asset types and including multi-state, multi-property pooled transactions, construction loans, bridge loans and loans intended for securitization.

Matthew and Michael focus on CMBS securitizations, and Matthew also works on CRE CLOs. Catherine advises clients on all aspects of UK and international tax (both direct tax and indirect tax) and has experience in advising on a variety of different types of corporate M&A transactions, international capital markets transactions and general banking and finance matters. 

In all, the firm's 2020 promotion class included five new partners. In addition to Aaron and Christopher, Daniel Raglan and Joanna Valentine (in corporate) and Nathan Parker (in fund finance) were all named partner.

In addition to Matthew, Michael and Catherine, the firm promoted four other attorneys – Joseph Gambino and Danielle Katz (in capital markets), Casey Servais (in financial restructuring) and James Treanor (in global litigation) to special counsel. Capital markets lawyer Lorien Golaski was also promoted to counsel. 



December 19, 2019 | Issue No. 7
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