Mary Maloney has more than 30 years of experience in designing, implementing, and administering qualified and nonqualified retirement and deferred compensation plans and other benefit programs. She has counseled a wide range of employers (including professional service partnerships) and also has extensive experience in the benefit and compensation aspects of mergers and acquisitions and in corporate reorganizations.
Mary has in-depth knowledge in technical compliance matters, including nondiscrimination issues and regulatory interpretations. She has considerable experience dealing with the Internal Revenue Service, Department of Labor and Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation on retirement plan qualification issues and determination letter requests, governmental reporting obligations, private letter rulings, prohibited transaction exemption requests, plan audits, and voluntary compliance correction program submissions.
Mary also has experience in the design, implementation, and operation of executive compensation programs, including drafting and negotiating employment, severance, and change in control agreements. She has particular know-how in preparing the compensation discussion and analysis section of proxy statements.
Prior to rejoining Jones Day, Mary held several in-house legal positions. Most notably, she served as the associate general counsel at NACCO Industries for more than 10 years as the sole in-house EBEC lawyer and was responsible for all employee benefits and compensation matters for the parent holding company and its subsidiaries.
She is a member of the Ohio State Bar Association.
- Case Western Reserve University (LL.M. 1995); Cleveland State University (J.D. summa cum laude 1987; Business Editor, Law Review); The University of Akron (B.A. 1984)