Mallory Neumann is an associate and business law attorney with Foley & Lardner LLP. Mallory is based in the Tallahassee office where she is a member of the Government Solutions Practice Group, as well as serving on the firm’s Associates Committee and as the Tallahassee office’s liaison for the firm’s Racial Justice & Equity Practice Group. She is also a member of the firm’s Environmental, Social, and Corporate Governance (ESG) Team. Mallory joined Foley in 2017 when she served as a summer associate in the Tallahassee office.
Mallory’s practice is focused on assisting clients with federal, state, and local government administrative law matters. She assists clients in various industries with government procurement, regulatory compliance, rule challenges, disciplinary proceedings, public records, administrative litigation, and appellate litigation. In addition, Mallory has assisted with regulatory reviews for acquisitions, including an acquisition of a government contractor valued in excess of $200 million. She also has experience with cannabis regulation, land use, and zoning matters.
Government Procurement Law
Mallory represents clients seeking to do business with and currently contracting with state and local government entities. She assists clients throughout the entirety of the government procurement process, including identifying opportunities, responding to solicitations, defending or challenging award decisions at the administrative, civil litigation, and appellate levels, and with compliance issues under existing contracts. She also assists clients with navigating public records and open government matters, and organizational conflicts of interest issues relating to government procurements.
Mallory lectured on government procurement and bid protests for the Florida Bar’s Basic Administrative Law CLE Course.
Prior to joining Foley, Mallory was a member of Class XIII of the prestigious Florida Gubernatorial Fellowship Program. As a Fellow, she worked with the Florida Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services where she assisted with Florida’s pilot program to implement the Federal Food Safety Modernization Act’s Produce Safety Rule. In addition, she assisted in drafting food safety regulations for medical marijuana treatment centers pertaining to edibles. She also served as a Fellow at UCLA Law School’s Resnick Program for Food Law & Policy where she was a contributing member to the Farm Bill Law Enterprise, which provided recommendations for improving the federal farm bill.
Corporate; Government Solutions; Government Procurement; Regulatory Compliance; Government Procurement Compliance & Training; State & Local Government Procurement; Litigation; Appellate