Marilyn C. Maloney Shareholder, Houston
Ms. Maloney, who served as the founding chair of the firm’s Houston office, is a transaction attorney with experience in a range of commercial areas, including commercial lending, energy transactions, corporate trust, real estate, intellectual property, and mergers and acquisitions.
She represents borrowers and lenders in energy loans. In addition, she has significant experience with purchases and sales of producing properties and mid-stream assets and construction of pipelines, platforms and other facilities. She works on transactions affecting properties onshore and on the Gulf of Mexico OCS.
She works extensively with lenders and borrowers regarding commercial loans and industrial and commercial real estate developments, acquisitions, and sales. Ms. Maloney also advises major banks in corporate trust matters, including large municipal and tax-exempt bond transactions, benefiting hospitals, universities, and major corporations.
Her intellectual property practice involves the registration of copyrights and trademarks, contractual relationships relating to intellectual property, and security rights affecting such properties.
She is an accomplished leader in many civic, legal, professional, and religious associations. In 2013 she received a Distinguished Achievement Award from the Paul M. Hebert Law Center at Louisiana State University. In 2004, her achievements were recognized by the Louisiana Bar Foundation, which presented her with its 2004 President’s Award. The same year, she was selected by New Orleans CityBusiness as one of the Women of the Year. She is listed in The Best Lawyers in America.
Ms. Maloney is Chair Emeritus of the Louisiana State Law Institute, an advisory law revision commission, law reform agency, and legal research agency of the State of Louisiana. She is a Fellow of the American College of Real Estate Lawyers and the American College of Commercial Finance Lawyers.
An in-demand speaker, she provides seminars and lectures on a variety of subjects including real estate, lending, oil and gas, commercial insurance, and intellectual property.