For more than a decade, Michael Maloney has advised international and domestic clients in complex cross-border matters. He has handled cross-border M&A, merger filings, anticompetitive behavior reviews, divestitures, noncompete arrangements, strategic joint ventures, technology licenses, corporate restructurings, vendor financing, and complex investment exit strategies in the FMCG (fast-moving consumer goods), petrochemical, mining, education, military, financial, ports and logistics, and other industries. He has acted for leading U.S., European, Japanese, and Saudi businesses on inbound and outbound foreign direct investments.
Clients rely on Michael for his experience in complex corporate, commercial, and competition law issues, business sales, and joint ventures.
Having lived in New York City and Tokyo prior to moving to Riyadh and later Saudi Arabia's oil rich industrial center of the Eastern Province, Michael understands global businesses and the unique culture and ways of doing business in not just Saudi Arabia but other countries. He has worked in each of Jones Day's Saudi Arabian offices since the Firm returned to the Kingdom in 2011 and is now based in the Alkhobar Office, with a regular presence in Washington and New York as well.
Michael is a member of the American Bar Association, the New York State Bar Association, the American Business Group of Riyadh, the American Business Group of the Eastern Province, and the American Chamber of Commerce Bahrain.
- May 17-18, 2011
The Euromoney Saudi Arabia Conference
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