Jason Maloni is a seasoned communications professional who has been at the center of some of the most complex and challenging reputational issues and business disputes of our day. For more than twenty years, Mr. Maloni has been a critical member of his clients’ legal teams, working side-by-side with the country’s top lawyers and litigators.
Mr. Maloni’s litigation communications credits include suits involving Microsoft, Roger Clemens, Hooters Restaurants, Bayer, and the Recording Industry Association of America.
As a client spokesman and advocate, Mr. Maloni has been quoted in the New York Times, USA Today, Washington Post, Boston Globe, MSNBC, Fox News, American Banker, Inside Counsel, Sports Business Journal, and more than one-hundred other publications.
Outside the courtroom, Maloni has been in the vanguard of strategic communications battles at the highest levels. His successes include award-winning representations of the spinach industry during the 2006 e. coli outbreak, communications and legislative initiatives on behalf of the nation’s pet food makers, and the defense of the largest manufacturer of FEMA trailers.
In 2009, Mr. Maloni managed the LEVICK team in its work on behalf of Heartland Payment Systems. Heartland was at the center of what was then the world’s largest data breach.
Mr. Maloni has deep experience on a variety of high-profile issues ranging from cybersecurity and data breaches, to product recalls and white collar criminal matters. Mr. Maloni has worked with clients all over the world and has extensive foreign affairs experience, having represented Saudi Arabia, Sierra Leone, Romania, Venezuela, Pakistan, and Native American interests.
- 2010 Holmes Report Gold SABRE Award for Crisis Management Campaign of the Year (Heartland Payment Systems).
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