The Maloney Firm represents clients in trials, arbitrations and appeals in state and federal courts, and also regularly counsels clients on a wide range of business matters delivering cost-effective solutions for their legal needs.


Clients of The Maloney Firm receive expertise in and outside of court, even when up against larger, national firms. Always looking out for its clients’ best interests, The Maloney Firm provides significant expertise without significant cost.

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Comment 1 to Cal. Rules of Professional Conduct Rule 1.1 now requires all lawyers to keep abreast of technological resources and risks Apr 20, 2021

“You’ve got to know when to hold ’em, know when to fold ’em,”1 and know when to call a technology consultant: Comment 1 to Cal. Rules of Professional Conduct Rule 1.1 now requires all lawyers to keep abreast of technological resources and risks. . By Carl I. S. Mueller and Colin Dunn . Access a […]

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California Supreme Court Cases to Watch in 2021 Apr 19, 2021

By Nicholas Grether, Esq., The Maloney Firm, APC The California Supreme Court’s calendar is unpredictable, but there are a couple of cases that bear watching for California employers in 2021. Both of these cases are fully briefed and are awaiting their time for oral argument in front of the California Supreme Court. Both have implications […]

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A COURTROOM CLIFFHANGER: 11th Circuit Appellate Court Ruling Strikes Blow To ADA Website Accessibility, Setting Up Possible Showdown In The United States Supreme Court Apr 16, 2021

By Carl I. S. Mueller, Esq., The Maloney Firm, APC In certain parts of the United States, including California, there are increasing numbers of lawsuits against business owners claiming that the businesses’ websites are not accessible to those with disabilities, and therefore violate the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”). A recent decision by the 11th […]

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Newsom Announces Tentative Reopening Plans for California on June 15 Apr 07, 2021

On April 6, 2021, Governor Gavin Newsom announced that if California is able to maintain stable and low hospitalization rates and a sufficient vaccine supply, the state’s economy will fully reopen on June 15, 2021. . While risk reduction measures such as contact-tracing, vaccination programs, and the statewide mask mandate will remain in place, California […]

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California DFEH Issues Updated COVID-19 Related Guidance for Employers Mar 24, 2021

As pandemic-related restrictions on business operations in California begin to subside, employers have been left with unanswered questions about reopening the workplace. On March 4, 2021, the Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH), issued COVID-19 related guidance for employers, which covers topics such as: COVID-19 Symptoms or Infections in the Workplace Imposing Mandatory COVID-19 […]

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Newsom Signs Expanded COVID-19 Related Supplemental Paid Sick Leave Law Mar 23, 2021

On March 19, 2021, Governor Newsom signed Senate Bill 95 (SB 95), which renews and expands California’s COVID-19 related supplemental paid sick leave requirements that expired on December 31, 2020. The new legislation covers more employers and more qualifying reasons for taking leave than the previous legislation. Find out more about the updated paid sick […]

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