Steven Coury Joins White and Williams in New York
White and Williams is pleased to announce the addition of Steven Coury as a Partner in our Westchester, New York and New York City offices. Steven joins the Real Estate and Finance Practice Groups.
“We are excited to welcome Steven to the firm. He brings invaluable experience in real estate and capital market transactions, which will further strengthen our existing capabilities,” said Maulin Vidwans, Chair of the Business Department.
Steven’s practice focuses on structured real estate finance and capital market transactions. For over 17 years, he has represented and advised major lending institutions, investors, private equity funds and borrowers with respect to commercial loan originations, workouts and foreclosures as well as secured and unsecured lines of credit, syndication and securitization of loans, and mezzanine lending. Steven’s experience includes all aspects of commercial real estate transactions.
Steven comes to White and Williams from Cassin and Cassin LLP, where he was a partner. Prior to that, he worked in the real estate practice groups at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom, and Kasowitz, Benson, Torres & Friedman, LLP.
“Transitioning to White and Williams is a natural fit for me. The warm welcome from the partnership and staff only reinforces that my clients will continue to have the best client service possible,” said Steven Coury.
“We are pleased that Steven has decided to join our growing Business Department. Steven’s significant background in real estate and finance will strengthen our bench in New York and beyond,” said firm Managing Partner, Patti Santelle.
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