Nicoline Cu concentrates her practice on commercial finance, restructuring, and bankruptcy matters.
Nicoline has notable experience representing businesses and land developers in litigation and transactional matters involving commercial real estate finance, as well as negotiating agreements for the sale of commercial properties upon the dissolution of a company or partnership.
During law school, Nicoline served as an editor for the Loyola of Los Angeles International & Comparative Law Review and vice president of the International Law Society. In addition, Nicoline worked for Loyola’s International Human Rights Center where she engaged in litigation and advocacy on behalf of victims of international human rights violations.
Outside the Firm
Nicoline enjoys boxing and long-distance running.