Bar Admissions

  • Maryland

Education

  • J.D., cum laude, Duke University School of Law, 2011
    Research Editor, Duke Law Journal
  • B.A., magna cum laude, York College of Pennsylvania, 2006
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Nicholas J. Collevecchio, Jr.

Associate

Nick Collevecchio is an associate in Venable's Corporate Group. His practice encompasses a broad range of corporate and commercial matters, with a particular focus on complex mergers and acquisitions, debt financings, equity investments, and commercial contracts. Nick also regularly advises clients ranging from startups to later stage companies on general corporate governance and planning matters.

Significant Matters

  • Represented the U.S subsidiary of a Canadian company in its acquisitions of a global business-to-business digital music services and rights platform and of an interactive streaming mechanical royalty collection agency.
  • Represented a six-bank syndicate in a multi-currency $130 million credit facility for a private equity-backed manufacturing company secured by domestic and international assets.
  • Represented a Hong Kong-based pet products company in a management buyout transaction and related debt financings involving Hong Kong, the United States, Canada and the Cayman Islands.
  • Represented a network security government contractor in its sale to a national IT solutions integrator.
  • Represented a private equity firm in the acquisition of a group of clothing stores and related third-party debt financing and rollover equity investment by founders.
  • Represented a strategic buyer in its $23 million acquisition of a project management company and related debt financing and rollover equity investment.
  • Represented an acquiring bank in its acquisition and recapitalization of First Mariner Bank.
  • Represented independent director committees in public company merger and acquisition transactions, including in an $11.2 billion merger between two REITs.
  • Advised multiple healthcare technology startups in general corporate matters, including formation, employment issues, and early stage financing.
  • Represented, as outside general counsel, numerous growing companies throughout the United States.