Nancy Love Williams focuses her practice in the fields of corporate and commercial law, with an emphasis on finance, commercial real estate, mergers and acquisitions, and equine law. She has represented financial institutions, security alarm companies, health care institutions, and other corporate clients, as well as entrepreneurs, in connection with their financing, real estate, and growth opportunities. Nancy also represents individuals and businesses involved in the equine industry. She has handled extremely complex transactions and delicate negotiations with great success.
In the area of finance, Nancy counsels corporate borrowers as well as international, national, and super-regional banks and their subsidiaries, private equity funds, and private investment companies. Her practice includes loan origination as well as debt restructuring and workouts. She routinely handles complex syndicated credits, intercreditor relationships, cross-border facilities, asset-based lending, letters of credit, and real estate finance. She has been published in The Banking Law Journal.
In the area of commercial real estate, Nancy counsels her clients, whether financial institutions, developers, or buyers, sellers, landlords, or tenants, in the acquisition, financing, leasing and disposition of real estate. She has extensive experience advising both landlords and tenants in commercial leasing and advising banks and borrowers in construction and mortgage financing, whether bilateral or syndicated.
The College of William & Mary (B.S.)
University of Maryland (J.D., with honors, Order of the Coif)
U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania
Prior to joining Kleinbard, Nancy was a founding partner of Williams & Hannon, PLLC (2010 – 2018) and she was a shareholder at Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC (2000 – 2009).