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Nadine L. Ebersole

Associate

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+1.212.692.6708

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Nadine’s practice focuses on representing real estate developers and owners in construction transactions, commercial developments, and other real estate matters. She regularly advises clients on all types of construction-related agreements, including engineering, procurement, technology licensing, master services, and licensing and access agreements. Her work also includes counseling clients on the renovation of flagship properties in New York, New York, negotiating long-term leases, and handling complex commercial litigation. Nadine has worked with clients in a variety of industries, including real estate and hospitality.

Prior to joining Mintz, Nadine was an associate at an Atlanta-based national law firm, where she advised clients on large-scale construction deals and projects as well as a broad range of lease and property agreements. Earlier, she was an associate at a Hartford-based national law firm, where she advised clients on all aspects of construction projects. 

While attending law school, Nadine was a paralegal at a Boston-based national construction company. 

In 2017, Nadine received an ABA Forum on Construction Law Diversity Scholarship to attend the organization’s national meetings.

* Not admitted to practice in New York. Admitted to practice only in the states of Massachusetts and Connecticut.

Education

  • Suffolk University Law School (JD)
  • Providence College (BA, magna cum laude)

Involvement

  • Resource Center Volunteer, Women's Lunch Place, Boston, MA (2017-2018)

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Phase 1 Construction Guidelines: Guidance for Real Estate Developers in New York City

June 10, 2020 | Blog | By Nadine Ebersole, Jeffrey Moerdler

On Monday New York City entered Phase 1 of re-opening. Phase 1 guidance provides specific guidelines relating to construction, manufacturing, whole trade and select retail (for curbside pickup only), agriculture, forestry and fishing. For purposes of this publication, we have focused on the State of New York’s mandatory summary guidelines for construction related activities. Many real estate developers will fall under the umbrella of “construction businesses” and we are providing an overview of the construction specific requirements established by the guidance issued by the New York State Department of Health.
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In late May, guidance for Phase 2 of Governor Cuomo’s New York Forward re-opening plan was issued. New York City is expected to enter into Phase 1 on June 8th, and thereafter Phase 2, provided certain thresholds are satisfied.
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In accordance with Governor Cuomo’s Executive Order 202.6 issued on March 7, 2020, and the Guidance on Executive Order 202.6 issued on March 27, 2020, all non-essential construction is suspended in the State of New York.
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In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, the United States, like many states has reacted by providing certain multifamily landlord and tenants with economic benefits during this unprecedented global pandemic. On March 27, 2020, President Trump signed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (“CARES Act”). Section 4023 of the CARES Act contains several provisions that assist borrowers of federally backed multifamily mortgage loans due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
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