Kerry E. Maloney
Kerry E. Maloney is a Principal in the Firm's Professional Licensure, Regulatory & Administrative Agency Law, Health Care, and Commercial Litigation practice groups and Appellate Department. His complex civil and commercial litigation practice includes professional licensure law, interaction with and representation before Pennsylvania Departments, Agencies, Boards and Commissions, and appellate matters.
Mr. Maloney represents and defends a variety of medical professionals, including doctors, nurses, dentists, pharmacists, and chiropractors, in Pennsylvania professional licensure matters. This includes investigations and hearings before state boards regarding license applications as well as disciplinary actions.
Mr. Maloney is an experienced litigator and healthcare and regulatory attorney with government, military, and private practice experience. He has a detailed knowledge of Pennsylvania's regulatory structure and state professional licensure systems from his 17 years serving in the Pennsylvania Department of State. During his tenure he served as a Prosecuting Attorney and most recently as Board Counsel, providing legal counsel, regulatory guidance, and appellate representation for, among others, the State Boards of Medicine, Pharmacy, Dentistry, and Chiropractic.
Mr. Maloney recently retired from the U.S. Army Reserve as a Lieutenant Colonel in the U.S. Army Judge Advocate General’s Corps. During his over 10 years of active duty service, he served as the principal legal adviser to the Commandant of the Army War College for issues including ethics, healthcare, criminal, and administrative law. He also served as an Appellate Branch Chief, representing the United States in criminal appellate cases. Mr. Maloney also served as a criminal prosecutor, then as a criminal defense attorney at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, and as a claims attorney, representing the United States in tort and medical malpractice claims at the U.S. Army Claims Service.
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