Mallory Biblo is a strategic problem solver with the ability to guide clients through matters in the most efficient and effective way using her logic, creativity, and experience. Mallory creates a unique game plan for each matter, with particular focus on the client’s objectives, and then works tirelessly to implement it.
Mallory's practice encompasses a range of substantive matters, including breach of contract, fraud, fiduciary duty, antitrust, unfair competition, and energy disputes. She has handled various complex matters in federal and state courts.
Mallory has been recognized for her work by leading legal publications and was named a Texas Super Lawyers – Rising Star in Business Litigation from 2019 through 2021 and recognized as a Best Lawyers in America: Ones to Watch in 2021 (Commercial Litigation and Energy Law) and 2022 (Commercial Litigation, Antitrust Litigation, and Energy Law). She has also been named one of D Magazine's 2022 Best Lawyers Under 40.
Mallory is involved in a number of professional and community organizations. She was an Associate in the Patrick E. Higginbotham Inn of Court and a committee member of the inaugural class of the Dallas Bar Association's WE LEAD program. She also serves on the Young Leadership Board for Jewish Family Service of Greater Dallas.
Mallory earned her B.S. from Cornell University, where she competed for the Women's Track and Field Team that won six Ivy League Championships. Mallory earned her J.D. from The George Washington University Law School, where she graduated with honors and was recognized as a Thurgood Marshall Scholar and recipient of the Laurence E. Seibel Memorial Award in Labor and Employment Law. She was also a Notes Editor for The George Washington Law Review and Research and Writing Dean's Fellow.
Mallory is licensed to practice in Texas and New York.
- Represented working interest owner in an unpaid royalties and fraud dispute, obtaining final judgment, which included attorneys' fees, in favor of client.
- Represented Bahamian company in adversary proceeding in bankruptcy court, obtaining a favorable settlement.
- Represented company in a dispute against former employee, obtaining a defense verdict after arbitration.
- Represented private equity fund in a case involving mineral deed rights, obtaining summary judgment in client's favor.
- Represented executive in litigation related to non-compete issues, obtaining a favorable settlement.
- Represented partner in business disputes in multiple forums, obtaining a favorable settlement.
- Represented private equity fund in a case involving oil and gas interests, obtaining a defense verdict after arbitration and attorneys' fees for client.
- Represented founder of hedge fund against former investor, obtaining a favorable settlement.
- Successfully created and implemented notice in class case of thousands of individuals against private prison.
- B.S., Cornell University
- J.D., George Washington University Law School
- Thurgood Marshall Scholar
- Recipient of the Laurence E. Seibel Memorial Award in Labor and Employment Law
- Notes Editor, The George Washington Law Review
- Research and Writing Dean's Fellow
- Recognized, Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch in America
- Commercial Litigation (2023)
- Litigation - Antitrust (2023)
- Mass Tort Litigation / Class Actions - Plaintiffs (2023)
- Law Clerk, The Honorable Diana Saldaña of the United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas
- Intern, The Honorable James E. Boasberg of the United States District Court for the District of Columbia
Prior to joining DLA Piper, Mallory was an associate at two nationally renowned litigation boutiques in Dallas.