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Business Law:

Keith Malley's business law practice covers the full range of general counsel responsibilities. He provides legal counsel to private business people, and emerging and established companies, including government contractors, technology, consulting, research and development, retail and manufacturing companies. His legal practice spans the broad spectrum and complex detail of legal and business issues facing companies today.

Corporate Transactions:

Mr. Malley negotiates and prepares corporate acquisitions, purchases and sales and capital investment transactions. He prepares confidential placement memorandum for private offerings for emerging businesses. Specific transactions include the purchase of a manufacturing plant, the sale of an online broker dealer, the spin off of a software company, and the acquisition of retail franchises.

Government Contracts:

Mr. Malley provides counsel regarding Federal contracts, the Federal Acquisition Regulations, rights in data and software licenses to the Federal Government. He has prepares teaming agreements, subcontracts and consulting agreements. He handles protests to the GAO and administrative hearings before the Contract Appeals Board.

Technology Law:

Keith Malley advises companies on internet commerce including web site, terms of use and privacy policies. He handles licensing, copyright, trademark and other intellectual property matters. Keith has also worked with legal issues pertaining to securities transactions by online broker dealers.

Employment Law:

Keith provides clients with legal counsel in employment matters, ranging from defense of EEOC charges and wrongful termination claims to advice on sensitive personnel issues and policies. He negotiates and prepares executive employment agreements, stock option plans and other compensation arrangements


Keith works with nonprofit organizations ranging from new start ups to established national nonprofits. He prepares IRS applications and obtains recognition of tax exempt status under section 501(c)(3). He advises on the requirements applicable to Federal grants to tax exempt entities, and on the relationship of nonprofit organizations with for profit affiliates.