DAVID M. MOROSAN is a principal in Cohen and Wolf's Business & Corporate, Securities, Real Estate, Physicians Practices, Common Interest Communities and Commercial Lending Groups. Resident in the firm's Bridgeport office, Mr. Morosan's practice includes a broad range of business and real estate transactions, including mergers, acquisitions, dispositions, joint ventures, preferred equity investment, distressed investments, private placements, securities, venture capital transactions, and all aspects of commercial real estate, including acquisition, financing, leasing, conveyance, permitting and development. He advises common interest communities with respect to drafting and amending common interest community documents. Mr. Morosan also has significant experience representing banks and other financial institutions in commercial lending transactions, including asset-based and real estate secured loans, mezzanine financing, restructuring distressed loans, and the drafting and negotiation of intercreditor agreements.
Mr. Morosan is admitted to practice in Connecticut and New York, and is a member of the American, Connecticut and Greater Bridgeport Bar Associations. He serves on the Executive Committees of the Business Law Section and the Real Property Section of the Connecticut Bar Association. Mr. Morosan is also a member of the Board of Directors of Liberation Programs, Inc.
Mr. Morosan is listed as a "Rising Star" by Connecticut Super Lawyers (2013-2018) and in 2014, he was named a "New Leader in the Law" by the Connecticut Law Tribune.
Mr. Morosan previously practiced at the law firm of Sullivan & Cromwell, LLP in Manhattan. Prior to entering private practice, he served as a judicial intern for the Honorable Peter C. Dorsey, District Court Judge for the District of Connecticut and was an intern in the Connecticut State's Attorneys' Office in New Haven.
Mr. Morosan received his B.S. magna cum laude, in 2001 from the University of Connecticut, and his J.D., summa cum laude, in 2006 from Quinnipiac University School of Law. He served as Lead Articles Editor for the Quinnipiac Law Review where he published "Raymond v. United States: The Second Circuit Enters the Fray on the Tax Treatment of Contingent Fees." 24 QUINNIPIAC L. REV. 423 (2006).