Stephen M. Maloney joined Barber, Kaper, Stamm, McWatters & Whitlock in 2016. Stephen’s practice consists primarily of litigation, business formation and corporate law, commercial and residential real estate, estate planning and probate, creditor’s rights, personal injury, and immigration law.
Stephen earned a B.A. from Miami University in 2010 in Zoology and Economics. He earned his J.D., magna cum laude, from The University of Toledo College of Law in 2014. During law school, Stephen served as an editor of The Toledo Law Review and clerked for several law firms and organizations in the areas of health care, taxation, and insurance defense. In addition, Stephen externed for the Honorable Magistrate Judge James R. Knepp, II of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Ohio.
Stephen comes from a long line of business owners and began his first business in 2010. He is passionate about entrepreneurship and efficiency consulting with an emphasis on involving implementation of new technology.
Stephen is a lifelong resident of Ohio—raised in Springboro and residing in Columbus prior to joining BKSM where he practiced consumer litigation and bankruptcy law.
Stephen now lives in Wauseon, Ohio and is actively involved in his community. He currently serves as a Board Member on the Wauseon Chamber of Commerce and is a member of the Wauseon Rotary Club.Stephen is licensed to practice in all state courts in Ohio, the U.S. District Court, Southern District of Ohio, and before the Federal Immigration Court. He is a member of the Ohio State Bar Association, the Fulton County Bar Association, and the American Immigration Lawyers Association.
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