David Moon concentrates in complex commercial litigation, with particular emphasis on the representation of financial services companies, including national banks, federally chartered savings and loan associations, state-chartered banks and industrial banks, credit-card issuers, automotive finance companies and mortgage companies. He has extensive litigation experience before the California trial courts, Courts of Appeal and Supreme Court and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals and district courts. Mr. Moon also frequently advises clients with respect to federal and state consumer lending regulations, including the federal Truth in Lending Act and California’s Finance Lenders Law.
- "Recent Developments in the Law Governing the Fiduciary Duties of Bank Directors," The Banking Law Journal, January 2016
- "States Can't Obtain Double Recovery in Class Settlements," Daily Journal, November 19, 2014
J.D., Columbia Law School, 1998
B.A., University of California - Los Angeles, 1994
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