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Trio of Real Estate Attorneys Joins Sheppard Mullin in New York

Richard Fries, Scott Stern and Neil Cohen have joined law firm Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton LLP as partners in the real estate, energy, land use & environmental practice group in New York. They were most recently partners at Sidley Austin. 

Fries, Stern and Cohen are well-known in both the New York and national legal, real estate and finance communities. They represent institutional lenders, investment banks and private equity firms in all aspects of real estate finance across property types, with an emphasis on construction lending, syndicated loan transactions, distressed real estate workouts and remedies. 

“Richard, Scott and Neil have a market-leading real estate finance practice,” said Jon Newby, Sheppard Mullin’s vice chairman. “Their tremendous reputation and vast experience will enhance both our growing New York office and our national real estate practice.” 

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