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Mark A. Molloy



Mark Molloy is a litigation partner who works across Nixon Peabody’s New York State offices. He represents companies and individuals in government investigations and white collar criminal matters, as well as represents companies in commercial or employment disputes litigated in state or federal court.

What do you focus on?

I focus on representing companies in complex disputes, either before or during litigation. My primary practice centers around defending companies involved in employment or discrimination matters, and in commercial or contractual disputes. I also specialize in helping individuals or companies involved in governmental investigations, which includes defending them during white collar criminal matters or assisting with pre-investigation concerns such as regulatory compliance.

What do you see on the horizon?

My main goal is to help clients avoid the types of disputes and lawsuits that frequently arise within my area of practice. I have been tracking an increase in governmental investigations across several industries, which I can help clients prepare for by ensuring compliance with governmental regulations.

The same is true in the commercial and employment arenas. With the shift in the economy, commercial and employment litigation is expected to increase. My goal is to help clients avoid or address such disputes before they end up in court.

More regulations mean more scrutiny

Buffalo Law Journal | December 11, 2017

Buffalo government investigations and white collar defense partner Mark Molloy talks about the decrease in federal investigations in the past year.

Contact

Mark A. Molloy

Partner

Buffalo

Phone: 716-853-8132


Fax: 716-853-8109

University of Notre Dame, J.D.

University of Notre Dame, B.A.

New York

Florida

U.S. District Court, Western District of New York

U.S. District Court, Northern District of New York

U.S. Court of Appeals, Second Circuit

U.S. Bankruptcy Court

Mark Molloy is a member of the American, Florida, New York State and Erie County bar associations.

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