Timothy P. Malloy
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Education

  • Duquesne University School of Law, J.D., cum laude
  • Georgetown University Law Center, LL.M. in Taxation
  • Penn State University, B.S.

Admissions

  • Pennsylvania

Related Industry

Membership

  • Pennsylvania Bar Association

Community Involvement

  • South Mountain YMCA, board member

Timothy P. Malloy

Associate(484) 334-8371
tmalloy@barley.com
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Tim has amassed a large – and still growing – portfolio of deals and work since he joined Barley Snyder in 2014. As a member of the Business Practice Group, he’s helped close dozens of merger and acquisition deals through central Pennsylvania and beyond and worked with all types of corporate law matters. He has worked in the purchase and employment agreements of medical companies in the merger and acquisition space. 

As part of the Securities Practice Group, he’s worked on complex compliance issues for both publicly traded and closely held family businesses for companies such financial institutions, title companies and a food and beverage enterprise. He’s helped those businesses stay in business by keeping them compliant with federal and state regulations. Tim also works with companies to help transform them into an ESOP.

His work in the Finance & Creditors’ Rights space takes him into commercial lending and loan workouts. That dovetails into Tim’s work in the Tax group, where his recent Masters of Laws degree allows him to provide fresh and up-to-date tax advice for any size business.

A Berks County native, Tim started his path to Barley Snyder as a legal intern for the Berks County District Attorney’s Office. He lives in Wyomissing with his wife – also a Wyomissing native – and sons Tanner and Logan. In the fall, Tim plans to ride the "Bike MS: City to Shore Ride," a bike ride from the Cherry Hill, N.J., area to Ocean City, N.J.

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