RYE, N.Y. – Dorf & Nelson LLP recently announced Nicholas Chivily has become the firm’s newest partner, working in the Rye office.
Chivily joins the Dorf & Nelson team after serving as partner and head of the New York office of Mayo Crowe LLC, a Hartford-based firm, for 10 years, according to a press release. Prior to that, Chivily was co-managing partner at McCarthy Fingar LLP.
Chivily lives in New Canaan, Conn. with his wife and daughter.
Chivily’s client base covers various industries and includes municipalities, cities, institutional lenders, investment banking firms, developers, mortgage banking firms, closed and public corporations, limited liability companies, real estate management and operating companies and loan servicing companies, according to a press release.
“I am delighted to welcome Nick Chivily to the Dorf & Nelson family,” said Jon Dorf, managing partner in a press release. “With his extensive experience, Nick has consistently demonstrated excellent legal and leadership skills. I am confident that his wealth of knowledge will make him an asset to our team.”
“I am excited to join Dorf & Nelson’s award-winning team as partner,” said Chivily in a press release. “Dorf & Nelson has built its reputation as trusted legal advisors for its clients. I look forward to working with the firm.”
Chivily handles a wide variety of complex real estate and commercial finance transactions, including conduit mortgage loans intended for securitization; revolving credit loans; term loans; secured and structured financings; loan syndications; mortgage loan financings; construction loan financings; industrial development agency and bond financings; small business administration financings; and the purchase and sale of commercial properties, according to a press release.
Chivily is a member of the Westchester County Bar Association, the New York State Bar Association and the Connecticut State Bar Association.
He earned his B.A. at Allegheny College in Pennsylvania, and his J.D. at Fordham University in New York. Chivily is admitted to practice in New York and Connecticut.
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