Mr. Salloway maintains a diverse practice focusing on assisting clients with corporate, business and personal matters. His practice includes advising individuals and companies on issues ranging from business counseling and advice to litigation prevention. His clients have included family offices, international families and individuals, private equity firms, real estate funds, advertising, marketing and media companies, hotels, restaurants, business executives, professional athletes, celebrity chefs, recording artists, musicians, production companies and start-up companies. He currently serves as an outside general counsel to a variety of companies and high profile individuals.
Mr. Salloway recently served as a Special Assistant District Attorney for the Brooklyn District Attorney’s Office where he successfully argued a criminal appeals case.
During law school, Mr. Salloway served as a judicial clerk for Chief Judge Anthony J. Scirica, US Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit. He also served as the senior editor of the Journal of Labor and Employment Law.
Before starting the firm, Mr. Salloway was an associate at O’Melveny & Myers LLP and Davis & Gilbert LLP. Prior to practicing law, Mr. Salloway was a research associate at Harvard Business School and a research consultant with McKinsey & Company and Stanford Business School.
Co-Author, "Licensing: Key Considerations in Obtaining and Negotiating a Trademark License,"
The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel, October 2008
Author, “Web Supported Interaction in an MBA Course,” Educause Quarterly, Vol. 24, No. 2, April 2001
Author, “Cerner Corporation A,” “Cerner Corporation B” and “Cerner Corporation C,” Harvard Business School Cases 301-136, 301-137, 301-138, May 2001
Author, “First Marblehead Corporation,” Harvard Business School Case 301-069, January 2001