Mr. Moore is a partner in the firm. Mr. Moore’s practice focuses on policyholder insurance coverage litigation against the world’s largest insurers, defending technology companies in dealer/vendor disputes, the defense of class actions, and intellectual property disputes with an emphasis on entertainment litigation. Mr. Moore has brought and defended cases in Washington, New York, California, Delaware, Illinois, Massachusetts, Oregon, Alaska, Kentucky, Alabama, Rhode Island, and Iowa, both on the federal and state level. His current and past clients include Fortune 500 Companies like T-Mobile, Amazon.com, AT&T, USAA, zulily, and REI, as well as the band Nirvana.
Mr. Moore has won every case that he has taken to trial and has recovered half a billion dollars in insurance proceeds for his policyholder clients, including $100,000,000 in the past year alone. He is widely recognized as one of the preeminent coverage lawyers in the Pacific Northwest and Washington Law and Politics magazine selected Mr. Moore as a Washington “Super Lawyer” every year between 2008 and 2015.
AT&T Mobility, Inc. v. Lloyds – Successfully litigated claims in excess of $47 million against Lloyd’s of London.
Cingular Wireless Services, Inc. v. Federal Insurance Company – Successfully tried claims against Chubb subsidiary to verdict in a multi-week jury trial, securing a jury verdict on all counts, an award in excess of $10 million, and one of the first findings of bad faith against a directors and officers liability insurer.
Courtney Love v. Nirvana, L.L.C., David Grohl, and Krist Novoselic – Successfully defended Dave Grohl, Krist Novoselic, and Nirvana L.L.C. against various claims brought by Courtney Love in an attempt to dissolve Nirvana L.L.C. and gain control over the Nirvana music catalog.
Daniels / McGinnis v. T-Mobile – Successfully defended T-Mobile against a proposed national class actions alleging inadequate disclosure of roaming fees, securing dismissal of the majority of the claims alleged on summary judgment.
F.C. Bloxom v. Fireman’s Fund – Tried coverage and bad faith claims against Fireman’s Fund to verdict, securing a jury verdict on all counts, and one of the first ever findings of bad faith against an insurer under Washington’s Insurance Fair Conduct Act.
HK Wireless v. T-Mobile – Sucessfully defended T-Mobile against multi-million dollar claim asserted by former dealer, winning the case outright on summary judgment.
JEC v. Queensryche – Successfully defended the members of the band Queensryche from claims alleged by a Japanese concert promoter regarding the cancellation of a proposed tour of Japan by Queensryche after the events of 9/11.
T-Mobile v. Zurich – Sucessfully prosecuted multi-million dollar claim for insurance coverage on behalf T-Mobile.