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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Employers May NOT Round Time Punches for Meal Breaks Feb 26, 2021

By Nicholas Grether, Esq., The Maloney Firm, APC The new year continues to bring big employment law news from the California Supreme Court. In January, the Court confirmed that the Dynamex decision on the rules for independent contractors will apply retroactively. See more on that ruling from the Maloney Firm here. . On February 25, […]

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Executive Order Bars Workplace Discrimination on the Basis of Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity in Federal Laws Feb 11, 2021

On his first day in office, President Joe Biden signed a multitude of executive orders addressing his top policy priorities and repealing or amending the prior administration’s policies. Significantly, President Biden released an Executive Order instructing federal agencies to interpret civil rights laws that prohibit sex discrimination to cover discrimination on the basis of gender […]

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Register for our upcoming MCLE Webinar: Lawyers Behaving Badly Feb 09, 2021

It’s always better to learn from someone else’s mistakes. In this MCLE program, Maloney Firm attorneys Patrick Maloney and Gregory Smith will examine the ethical mistakes attorneys made in 2020 that resulted in discipline. . Register for the Webinar on Eventbrite: . Speakers . Patrick Maloney is the founding partner of The Maloney Firm, […]

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Los Angeles County Extends COVID-19 Paid Sick Leave Requirements

On January 26, 2021, Los Angeles County enacted an ordinance extending and amending the County’s supplemental paid sick leave requirements. Until December 31, 2020, many California employers were required to provide their employees with COVID-19-related supplemental paid sick leave under California’s state-wide ordinance and the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA). After these state and […]

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Can employers impose mandatory vaccination policies? Feb 02, 2021

By Samantha Botros, Esq., The Maloney Firm, APC On December 16, 2020, nearly a week after the FDA granted Pfizer and BioNTech’s COVID-19 vaccine emergency use authorization, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) released guidance on employer-required COVID-19 vaccinations. Under EEOC guidance, all employers may impose mandatory COVID-19 vaccination requirements on their employees if […]

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Carl Mueller Quoted in Daily Journal Article on Attorney Ethics Jan 22, 2021

Carl Mueller was quoted in the article “Former Girardi Keese Lawyers Face Troublesome Ethics Questions,” which was published in the January 21, 2021 issue of the Daily Journal. Carl weighs in on issues dealing with Cal. Rules of Professional Conduct 5.2, and the responsibilities of a subordinate lawyer when instructed by a supervising attorney to break ethical rules. . Read […]

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