Mallory focuses his practice on advising the firm's retail clients on emerging issues including antitrust and competition issues; pay card acceptance and interchange; pricing; e-commerce; privacy and data breach; challenges facing brick and mortar retailers; and the impact of online marketplaces.
Prior to joining the NRF, Mallory spent 10 years working in the legal department at J.C. Penney and several years as a senior attorney at the Federal Trade Commission’s Office of Policy Planning.
Mallory is a fellow of the American College of Consumer Financial Services Lawyers (ACCFSL). Membership in the ACCFSL is limited to lawyers who have achieved preeminence in the field of consumer financial services law and who have made repeated and substantial contributions to the promotion of learning and scholarship in consumer financial services law through teaching, lecturing and published writings. Mallory also serves on the ACCFSL's Board of Regents.
Mallory received his J.D. from Yale Law School and his B.A. from Pomona College.