For over a decade, Cheryl has represented a wide variety of clients in transactional matters, from individuals and small businesses to domestic and multi-national billion-dollar companies, start-ups, tech companies, lenders, and real estate developers of all sizes. She has extensive corporate structuring experience and assists her clients at every stage of the process, on both the business and legal fronts. Cheryl has also served as general counsel to several New York City real estate developers, assisting them in identifying potential investments, obtaining lending (including finding creative financing solutions), reviewing and preparing all the necessary documents, and providing advice on an on-going basis. She prides herself on providing responsive, prompt, and real-time counseling throughout the deal process to bring each transaction to a successful close.
Cheryl has worked and trained with top-tier transactional attorneys in New York City and has experience drafting and negotiating the simplest to most complex agreements, including contracts of sale, leases, joint venture agreements, partnership agreements, operating agreements, asset/stock/ membership interest purchase agreements, license agreements, employment agreements and private placement offerings. Cheryl has also closed commercial transactions all over the country and hundreds of residential transactions throughout the Hudson Valley and New York City metropolitan area, including single-family homes, co-operatives, and condominiums.
Prior to starting Boddoohi & Friedlander, Cheryl worked at an elite New York City boutique transactional firm and before that, a local real estate firm in Rockland County. She is licensed to practice in New York.
Cheryl received her law degree from the University of Miami School of Law in 2010 and her undergraduate degree in financial accounting from North Carolina State University in 2007, graduating magna cum laude.