For over 40 years Robert J. Malito has been a prominent figure in the legal and lobbying community rich in experience from both the public and private sectors. From his early days working with former New York mayors John Lindsay and Abe Beame to his decision in 1975 to found the prestigious law firm of Davidoff Malito & Hutcher LLP, Mr. Malito has been recognized as a distinguished lawyer and lobbyist in Washington for the last 33 years.
Mr. Malito continues to lead a highly regarded and storied career, serving in various governmental capacities and establishing himself as a formidable force in the lobbying arena. Mr. Malito has formed crucial relationships with key players involved in the Albany Legislature and beyond. Mr. Malito also served as Legislative Assistant to Mayor of the City of New York, Deputy Commissioner, New York City Public Events, and Director of Government Relations, New York City Economic Development Administration.
Mr. Malito is a Carnegie Fellow, an Adjunct Professor at C.W. Post Graduate School of Public Administration and serves as a member on various boards including the Board of Trustees of Touro Law School, Board of Directors, St. Francis Hospital and the National Center for Disability Services.
In addition, he holds an Honorary Doctorate from the New York College of Podiatric Medicine.