Mallorie A. Thomas
Ford O’Brien Landy LLP
One Biscayne Tower
2 South Biscayne Boulevard Suite 3200
Miami, Florida 33131
Areas Of Practice
- General Litigation
- Complex Commercial Litigation
- Regulatory Enforcement and Compliance
Mallorie Thomas is a litigation associate who joined Ford O’Brien Landy LLP in 2024. Mallorie supports the firm’s general and complex commercial litigation matters, regulatory compliance work, and international judgment enforcement and asset recovery efforts.
Prior to joining the firm, Mallorie’s practice in Miami, Florida included supporting individuals and businesses in the technology and healthcare sector. Mallorie managed complex litigation, including leading pre-suit settlement negotiations. Through these efforts, she successfully assisted a cryptocurrency company recover over $750,000 worth of stolen funds. She also has extensive experience dealing with government enforcement agencies and has assisted clients in successfully resolving enforcement actions initiated by the Department of Health, Department of Labor, the Florida Office of the Attorney General, and other local and state agencies. Prior to practicing in Miami, Mallorie worked in Florham Park, New Jersey at a boutique law firm where she practiced in the Business Law and Tax Group specializing in mergers and acquisitions, contract drafting and negotiation, and complex tax matters.
Mallorie holds a J.D. from Rutgers Law School-Newark and attended as an evening student, during which time she worked full-time dedicating her career to the public sector. Her experience includes working in public policy for the New York County District Attorney’s Office (DANY) helping oversee DANY’s Criminal Justice Investment Initiative, which aimed to improve public safety, develop broad crime prevention efforts, and promote a fair, efficient justice system in New York City. She also worked at the U.S. Attorney’s Office in the District of New Jersey (US-DNJ) as a paralegal in the office’s Cyber Crimes Unit. While at US-DNJ she was a member of the trial team for: United States v. Hernandez-Zozaya; and United States v. Minaya. Trial responsibilities included preparing trial exhibits, assisting with witness preparation, and managing the evidentiary presentation to the jury.
While at Rutgers Law School Mallorie served as a Senior Editor of the Rutgers Business Law Journal and participated in the Rutgers Entrepreneurship Clinic where she provided comprehensive legal support to local nonprofits and start-up companies.
In her spare time, Mallorie enjoys playing tennis, snorkeling in Summerland Key, and exploring local Miami cuisine. Mallorie is a member of the Cuban American Bar Association, the Miami-Dade Chapter of the Florida Association for Women Lawyers, and the New Jersey Hispanic Bar Association.
- Rutgers University School of Law, Newark, New Jersey
- J.D. - 2021
- Barnard College of Columbia University, New York, New York
- B.A. - 2015
- Major: Urban Studies
- New Jersey
Year Joined Firm