Patrice Malloy

Office of the Attorney General, Multi-State and Privacy Bureau

Patrice is the Multi-State and Privacy Bureau Chief at Florida’s Office of the Attorney General, where she handles privacy and breach related matters. Patrice was on the Executive Committee of the Multi-State investigations into the TJX data breach, Google Street View and Google Safari matters, which resulted in nationwide multi-million dollar settlements. In addition, Patrice served on the Executive Committee for several multi-state pharmaceutical settlements, leading the investigation of Risperdal. Following her undergraduate education from Temple University in Philadelphia, Patrice attained a Masters in Business Administration from the University of Missouri, subsequently achieving her Juris Doctorate from the University of Miami. Prior to practicing law, Patrice worked for CBS affiliated stations in Southwest Florida and St. Louis as an Emmy nominated consumer reporter. She was also an anchor and has twice won the Champion-Tuck Award for Economics Reporting from the Amos Tuck School of Business Administration, Dartmouth College.