“I pride myself in being responsive and attentive to each client’s needs. The client is always number one.”
Nicole is an attorney in the Business & Finance Department. Her practice is wide-faceted, touching on multiple areas of the law, including real estate law, public finance, banking, and general corporate matters. While Nicole’s office is located in Philadelphia, she often travels to New Jersey to assist clients there as well.
Nicole enjoys tackling the challenges posed by a client’s questions and issues. She is a natural problem solver who is quick to the chase and eager to help her clients.
In her spare time, Nicole enjoys exploring new restaurants in the Philadelphia area, traveling – both domestically and internationally snowboarding, Pilates, running, and relaxing on the beach in Ocean City, N.J.
Prior to joining Obermayer, Nicole served as a judicial intern for the Hon. Robert B. Kugler in the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey, where she conducted legal research and prepared bench memoranda on the innocent possession defense and partial jury verdicts.
Nicole’s most notable client representations include:
- Represented an affiliate of a global student accommodation provider in the refinance of indebtedness relating to a student housing complex at Temple University. Approximately $36 million in new mortgage financing was obtained;
- Acted as Bond Counsel in the issuance of New Jersey Economic Development Authority $14.75 million Energy Facility Revenue Bonds (UMM Energy Partners, LLC Project); and
- Negotiated the sale of an 84-year old family-held wholesale distribution business which covered western Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Ohio. As part the transaction, she assisted in the negotiations regarding clawback rights to portions of the proceeds by the estate of a former shareholder.
While attending law school, Nicole worked in the law school’s Civil Practice Clinic as a certified legal intern, representing clients in various actions, including counseling landlord-tenant disputes, obtaining Social Security disability benefits, and consumer fraud actions.
She earned both her J.D. and her Corporate and Business Law Certificate from Rutgers School of Law.
While in law school, Nicole served as associate managing editor for the Rutgers University Law Review.