Connie Boland is a partner in Nixon Peabody's Commercial Litigation practice. She litigates complex breach disputes, securities and common law fraud claims, banking and lending disputes, claims arising out of transactions involving derivatives and the securitization of residential and commercial mortgage loans, broker/dealer claims, commercial real estate disputes, and claims arising from the development, financing, and operation of power generation facilities.
Connie represents domestic and foreign banks; investment banks; financial services companies; insurance companies; corporate trustees, officers, and directors; broker-dealers; technology companies; real estate companies, and independent power producers.
Connie is an experienced trial lawyer who has represented domestic and foreign clients in actions pending in state and/or federal courts in New York, Alabama, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, the District of Columbia, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Nebraska, New Jersey, Texas, Virginia, and Washington, and bankruptcy courts in New York, Delaware, and New Jersey. She has also handled appeals in state and federal appellate courts at all levels. Connie frequently advocates for clients before the American Arbitration Association (AAA), FINRA, and other arbitral forums, and advises clients in mediation and other methods of alternative dispute resolution.
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