Mike Malloy Quoted in The Philadelphia Inquirer
Obermayer business and finance attorney Mike Malloy was quoted in “Philadelphia has an affordable-housing crisis. Biden’s platform has a simple, but radical, solution,” an article by Inga Saffron, published in The Philadelphia Inquirer on November 24, 2020. In this piece, Mike analyzes the need for more public and subsidized housing, and the Philadelphia suburbs’ response to finally consider affordable housing in their own backyards, because “People are starting to realize that their kids aren’t going to be able to afford to live in Chester County if they don’t do something.”
Mike spent years as an attorney in private practice helping individuals and corporations navigate their real estate and business problems, and most recently, 11 years as general counsel of one of Pennsylvania’s largest, most successful privately held suburban real estate companies. Mike has broad ranging experience in handling real estate transactions, zoning and land use cases, commercial lease negotiations, and construction disputes and also acts as “general counsel” to small and medium sized businesses, who rely daily on his legal and operational advice. Mike’s time in corporate leadership affords him a broader perspective that often enables him to consider both the practical and legal implications of a transactional, litigation or corporate matter. Mike represents real estate owners, investors and developers; as well as corporations and nonprofits. Read more about Mike and his legal experience here.