Why business, corporate, employment, and municipal law? As a small firm with a general counsel approach to law, we could easily say that we will take on any matter, handle everything. But our method is decidedly different. The Malloy Firm believes it’s impossible for lawyers to maintain their knowledge and expertise in every possible area of law, and we know we can’t be all things to all people.
We choose to limit our practice in order to provide our clients the highest quality counsel through depth of knowledge, attention to detail, and real-world experience.
Below is a list of practice areas The Malloy Firm has expertise in and will gladly assist clients with these needs.
Business entity formation, corporate clerk services
Business succession planning
Commercial lending – representing borrowers and lenders
Commercial real estate transactions – leases, purchase/sale of property
Municipal law – collective bargaining, Freedom of Access Act, land use and code enforcement, dangerous building hearings
Mergers and acquisitions
Nonprofit formations, tax-exempt determination rulings, governance
Tax increment financing and joining development agreements for municipalities and developers
Non-competition agreements, confidentiality/non-disclosure agreements
Business contracts, employment agreements
Immigration and naturalization matters
We like to think we’re comfortable enough in our own skin to refer a client to a professional colleague we know and trust, who may be able to serve the client’s immediate needs better than we can.