PRACTICE AREAS

Commercial Banking, Real Estate and Business Law

EDUCATION

George Mason University School of Law, (J.D. 2004)
Xavier University, (B.A. 2000)

Christopher DeMers

PARTNER

Mr. DeMers advises banks in connection with drafting and negotiating loan documentation, conducting borrower and collateral due diligence, and closing secured lending transactions.

Mr. DeMers focuses his practice on commercial and corporate transactions, with a concentration in commercial banking, real estate and business ventures. He represents and advises national, regional, and community banks in connection with drafting and negotiating loan documentation, conducting borrower and collateral due diligence, and closing secured lending transactions.

Mr. DeMers is experienced in handling the sale, leasing, financing, and development of commercial real estate. He has represented community associations in the areas of corporate governance, covenant enforcement, contracting, and developer transition. In addition, Mr. DeMers is experienced in counseling clients on a range of corporate matters, including establishing and organizing corporations, partnerships, limited liability companies, and non-profit corporations. His transactional experience is further supplemented by experience representing and advising clients in litigation matters, such as contract disputes and landlord-tenant matters. Prior to joining Nichols Zauzig Sandler P.C., Mr. DeMers practiced at a national law firm where he focused on commercial real estate transactions.

Mr. DeMers received his juris doctor from George Mason University School of Law and his undergraduate degree from Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio. Mr. DeMers is admitted to practice in the Commonwealth of Virginia and the District of Columbia. He is involved with numerous community and industry organizations and has authored several articles on topics related to his areas of practice.

  • Prince William County Bar Association
  • National Association of Industrial and Office Parks, Fairfax Government Relations Subcommittee
  • President, Board of Directors, Marywood Oaks Homeowners Association, Inc.
  • Men Against Breast Cancer
  • Worst Case Scenario: Three Key Issues in the Negotiation and Drafting of Professional Services Contracts
  • Lights, Camera, Action: Does Your Association Need to Consider Security? Quorum Magazine
  • Limiting Lanham to Save Sherman: Narrowing the Application of the FTDA to Further the Goals of Federal Antitrust Laws,13 FED. CIR. B.J. 691

Christopher DeMers

ATTORNEY

PRACTICE AREAS

Commercial Banking, Real Estate and Business Law

EDUCATION

George Mason University School of Law, (J.D. 2004)
Xavier University, (B.A. 2000)

Overview

Mr. DeMers focuses his practice on commercial and corporate transactions, with a concentration in commercial banking, real estate and business ventures. He represents and advises national, regional, and community banks in connection with drafting and negotiating loan documentation, conducting borrower and collateral due diligence, and closing secured lending transactions.

Mr. DeMers is experienced in handling the sale, leasing, financing, and development of commercial real estate. He has represented community associations in the areas of corporate governance, covenant enforcement, contracting, and developer transition. In addition, Mr. DeMers is experienced in counseling clients on a range of corporate matters, including establishing and organizing corporations, partnerships, limited liability companies, and non-profit corporations. His transactional experience is further supplemented by experience representing and advising clients in litigation matters, such as contract disputes and landlord-tenant matters. Prior to joining Nichols Zauzig Sandler P.C., Mr. DeMers practiced at a national law firm where he focused on commercial real estate transactions.

Mr. DeMers received his juris doctor from George Mason University School of Law and his undergraduate degree from Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio. Mr. DeMers is admitted to practice in the Commonwealth of Virginia and the District of Columbia. He is involved with numerous community and industry organizations and has authored several articles on topics related to his areas of practice.

Leadership

  • Prince William County Bar Association
  • National Association of Industrial and Office Parks, Fairfax Government Relations Subcommittee
  • President, Board of Directors, Marywood Oaks Homeowners Association, Inc.
  • Men Against Breast Cancer

Publications

  • Worst Case Scenario: Three Key Issues in the Negotiation and Drafting of Professional Services Contracts
  • Lights, Camera, Action: Does Your Association Need to Consider Security? Quorum Magazine
  • Limiting Lanham to Save Sherman: Narrowing the Application of the FTDA to Further the Goals of Federal Antitrust Laws, 13 FED. CIR. B.J. 691

Mr. DeMers advises banks in connection with drafting and negotiating loan documentation, conducting borrower and collateral due diligence, and closing secured lending transactions.