A partner in the Litigation Department, Moses Silverman has a diverse practice with significant experience in antitrust litigation, securities litigation, corporate and derivative litigation, commercial litigation and international and domestic arbitration.
Over his career at the firm, Moses has:
- successfully tried cases involving complex commercial disputes, antitrust law, bankruptcy law, copyright law and employment issues;
- successfully argued appeals involving antitrust, securities, bankruptcy, patent and corporate law;
- defeated class certification in securities and antitrust cases;
- defended clients in civil and criminal investigations involving antitrust and securities law;
- represented board committees in independent investigations;
- represented clients in international arbitration and litigation in Europe, South America and North America;
- litigated the first "fast-track" arbitration under the auspices of the International Chamber of Commerce;
- counseled clients on antitrust matters and negotiated mergers and acquisitions with the Federal Trade Commission and Department of Justice, including responding to "second requests;" and
- represented pro bono clients in large issue/impact cases, including cases before the U.S. Supreme Court, and in individual criminal and civil cases.