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Charles Moore is counsel in the Firm's Competition Group. His practice focuses on antitrust litigation and counseling. Mr. Moore also has significant experience in construction and real estate litigation and arbitration, as well as commercial litigation matters. Mr. Moore has represented corporate and individual clients in a variety of litigation and international arbitration matters, as both plaintiff's and defense counsel.
Prior to joining White & Case, Mr. Moore worked at a Minneapolis, Minnesota-based law firm, where he handled a variety of antitrust, real estate and commercial litigation matters. Mr. Moore frequently counseled clients with respect to the premerger notification requirements of the Hart-Scott-Rodino Antitrust Improvements Act of 1976, as well as other antitrust matters. Additionally, Mr. Moore represented a variety of corporate and individual clients in connection with contract disputes, breach of fiduciary lawsuits, securities fraud claims and disputes related to the construction or financing of commercial and residential property in state and federal court, and in binding arbitration and mediation. He also participated in a special internship program with the Minneapolis City Attorney through which he first-chaired several jury and bench trials.
Prior to practicing in Minneapolis, Mr. Moore practiced at a Washington, DC law firm, where he gained significant experience in commercial litigation and nearly all aspects of the premerger notification process, including the preparation of the Hart-Scott-Rodino premerger notification form and responding to Second Requests. Mr. Moore also gained experience in international trade and investment matters, such as the preparation of Exon-Florio merger notification forms and counseling clients with respect to US anti-dumping and countervailing duty laws.
Supreme Court Should Protect Contract Rights in AT&T Mobility Case, The Legal Pulse, Washington Legal Foundation, November 8, 2010
Supreme Court's Stolt-Nielsen Decision Limits Use of Class Arbitration, The Antitrust Counselor, Vol. 4.4, June 2010, (co-author with Peter J. Carney)
Antitrust Litigator, Winter 2002–Winter 2003, Circuit Reporter for the US Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit