Steven Coury is a counsel in Kasowitz’s transactional real estate group. Mr. Coury has extensive experience representing borrowers, lenders, servicers and investors in connection with commercial mortgage-backed securities and commercial real estate lending, including loan structuring, loan participations, A/B notes, mezzanine loans and intercreditor arrangements. He also routinely counsels clients in all aspects of commercial real estate transactions including acquisitions and dispositions, financing, leasing, partnerships, joint ventures, development, real estate fund formation, and workouts and reorganizations. Mr. Coury also has represented lenders, investors, servicers and borrowers in connection with commercial loan workouts and foreclosures.
Mr. Coury has advised major institutions, including Deutsche Bank, Bank of America, Citigroup, Fortress, CIT and Anglo Irish in connection with the origination of mortgage loans, mezzanine loans and secured and unsecured lines of credit, syndication and securitization of loans, and workouts and foreclosures of loans.
Prior to joining Kasowitz, Mr. Coury was a counsel in Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP’s real estate group.