Marguerite Malloy is a public sector attorney who has served as Associate Counsel and Acting Chief Counsel of the Alameda County Employees' Retirement Association (ACERA), a public pension fund with over 20,000 current, deferred, and retired public employees in Alameda County, California. Ms. Malloy provides legal advice and assistance to the ACERA Board of Retirement, the agency's governing body, and ACERA management staff. Her responsibilities include writ defense, workplace investigations, and other employment matters. Ms. Malloy provides advice and counsel on employee leave management, harassment, discrimination, retaliation, disability law, workplace violence, effective investigations, discipline and documentation, and civil service rules, among other legal and regulatory topics. Ms. Malloy also serves as Vice President of the City of Alameda Civil Service Board and on the Executive Committee of the San Francisco Bar Association's Fee Arbitration Program. Ms. Malloy's prior experience includes almost 10 years in solo legal practice representing unions, plaintiffs, and employers in employment and labor law matters. During that time, Ms. Malloy represented her clients in litigation, labor negotiations, risk management, and compliance matters, and also provided advice and counsel. As Ms. Malloy's most recent experience is with a public agency, her current expertise includes personnel matters, employee and retirement benefits, open meeting laws, and litigation defense. Ms. Malloy has been a member of CALPELRA since 2010, has attended CALPELRA's Labor Relations Academies, and served as full time and adjunct faculty with the Association of Workplace Investigations (AWI) with AWI's 2015 and 2016 Training Institutes.