Working in the New York State Assembly, I saw firsthand that laws change every day. I thrive on the challenge inherent in the legal field: no day is the same as the one before, and each brings new opportunities. My attention to detail serves me well in this environment. I take a collaborative approach to working within my team or with clients to craft strategies and solutions that work best given the varying circumstances at play.
Christopher Greenidge is the legislative and regulatory developments attorney in McGlinchey’s Albany office. His practice focuses on assisting financial institutions, consumer lenders, mortgage lenders, mortgage brokers, mortgage servicers, sales finance companies, FinTech companies, and other financial services clients with identifying and responding to changes to the regulatory landscape.
Having previously served as Associate Counsel in the New York State Assembly, Christopher brings to the firm knowledge of statutory and regulatory interpretation and experience with the legislative process. In this role, he counseled three Committees, working with Assembly members and their staff to draft bills and legislative proposals, research case law, and advise on conflicts and matters of precedent.
While in law school, Christopher interned in the North Carolina General Assembly for Senator Daniel T. Blue, Jr., and clerked for the Honorable Justice Milton A. Tingling in the New York State Supreme Court. He also represented individuals in bankruptcy and foreclosure matters through the North Carolina Central University School of Law’s Consumer Financial Transactions Clinic.