Malcolm obtained his undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor where he majored in business and economics. He obtained his law degree from Boalt Hall School of Law the at University of California-Berkeley.
Malcolm is responsible for handling a large portion of the firm’s civil litigation practice and the majority of its appellate practice. He has experience in handling cases involving a variety of practice areas including multi-party and complex commercial litigation, consumer protection, landlord-tenant, title, construction lien and other real estate litigation, tax forfeitures and lien foreclosures, administrative law, ordinance enforcement, corporate and business law and probate matters. Malcolm has extensive experience with bankruptcy matters including representation of trustees, debtors and creditors. He has handled adversary complaints including representation at trials as well as many evidentiary and other contested hearings in Chapter 7, 11, and 13 cases.
Malcolm is admitted to practice in all state and federal courts in Michigan and the federal appellate court for the State of Michigan which hears cases in Cincinnati, Ohio. He was appointed by the Macomb County Case Evaluation Alternative Dispute Resolution Advisory Committee as a Case Evaluator in 2006.
Malcolm approaches the practice of law with an eye towards achieving practical resolutions for the needs of the firms’ clients as efficiently and promptly as possible. He is down-to-earth, highly approachable and truly cares about addressing the questions and concerns of firm clients. Malcolm is also a highly conscientious advocate who does not cut corners in advancing the needs of the firm’s clients. He has over twenty years’ of hands-on experience. He is particularly adept at thinking “outside of the box” and generating creative resolutions to clients’ needs that might otherwise be overlooked by others who fail to give each client the individualized attention for which the firm is known.