Mayda Mallory represents clients in insurance coverage disputes and commercial and construction litigation, as well as litigation involving intellectual property, media and entertainment. Additionally, within the intellectual property arena, she helps clients navigate the often complex areas of trademark, trade dress, and unfair competition. With more than a decade of experience in the legal industry, Mayda is involved in all phases of litigation, ensuring her clients are informed each step of the way.
Before joining Hinshaw, Mayda practiced at a firm in Miami where she counseled clients on business and civil litigation, including federal class actions, labor and employment litigation, and intellectual property. Prior to starting law school and entering into private practice, Mayda gained extensive transactional and litigation experience working as a paralegal with firms throughout Miami.
During law school, Mayda concentrated her studies in intellectual property, technology, and cyber security law, and was consistently in the top 3% of her class. She was involved in a number of activities and associations, including the NSU Trial Association and serving as the Goodwin Alumni Editor of the Nova Law Review.
- Florida Association for Women Lawyers
Honors & Awards
- Shepard Broad College of Law - Nova Southeastern University
- Dean's List
- Co-Author, "High Court's First Ruling on Fashion Copyright: Broadening IP Rights," Daily Business Review, April 4, 2017
- Co-Author, "Google: A Victim of Its Own Success," Bloomberg BNA, June 23, 2017
- Co-Author, "What Legal Rights Do Employers Have When it Comes to Employee Political Speech?," Daily Business Review, December 6, 2017
Mayda is a South Florida Native and grew up in Coral Gables, Florida but has a diverse European, Latin American and Middle Eastern background. She enjoys attending networking events, philanthropy, and spending time with her friends and family.
J.D., summa cum laude, Shepard Broad College of Law - Nova Southeastern University, 2018
B.S., Barry University, 2008
- U.S. District Court for the Northern and Southern Districts of Florida