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Ellen has guided her clients through intricate commercial real estate finance matters for almost 30 years. She concentrates her practice on commercial real estate finance. She has represented investment banks, commercial banks, funds, and insurance companies on a variety of loan transactions for both securitizations and portfolios, including construction loan financings, loan syndications and participations, co-lending and senior/subordinate arrangements, and mezzanine finance. Ellen’s experience extends to the workout, restructuring, and foreclosure of both securitized and portfolio mortgage loans, and she has extensive experience working with special servicers. She represents both sellers and purchasers of whole loans, subordinate debt, and mezzanine loans.
Fellow of the American College of Real Estate Lawyers; frequent speaker for the Practising Law Institute, New York State Bar Association, New York City Bar Association, ACREL, and International Council of Shopping Centers.
Hofstra University (J.D., 1989); Boston College (B.A., 1985).