Hirsh Ament, Nichole Cohen and Diana Krevor have been promoted to counsel in the Baltimore office of Venable LLP.
Ament works in Venable’s corporate group. His practice focuses on a wide range of corporate law matters, including corporate governance, securities transactions, corporate finance, mergers and acquisitions, and real estate investment trusts.
He has represented issuers in multiple stock and debt offerings, including initial public offerings, and other financial transactions. He also represents investment companies incorporated in Maryland in matters of Maryland corporate law unique to investment companies, including takeover defenses and shareholder litigation.
Cohen is a member of Venable’s real estate practice group. Her practice focuses on all aspects of real estate matters, including the acquisition, sale, financing, leasing and management of commercial real property.
As a member of the firm’s commercial mortgage-backed securities servicing group, she also advises special servicers in connection with the modification of troubled loans. Cohen is also a member of Venable’s hospitality and lodging group and has extensive experience in representing both owners and brands in all hospitality matters.
During law school, Cohen served as a judicial intern to the Hon. Donetta W. Ambrose, chief judge of the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania.
Krevor focuses her practice on environmental counseling, regulatory compliance, permitting and transactional due diligence. She counsels clients on a variety of federal environmental laws and their state counterparts, including compliance with the Clean Air and Water Acts, and the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act.
She has experience with a variety of Maryland environmental programs, including the voluntary cleanup program and the oil control program. In addition, Ms. Krevor provides environmental support for corporate and real estate transactions.
Prior to joining Venable, Krevor was an environmental associate at DLA Piper. She also served as a law fellow at the Legal Aid Society of the District of Columbia.
Krevor is an adjunct professor of scholarly writing at The George Washington University Law School where she teaches and advises students on the Journal of Energy and Environmental Law. She has an active pro bono practice representing clients in family law and immigration matters. She is also a member of the Environmental Law Section Council of the Maryland State Bar Association.
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