Jennifer Moore is a litigator with wide-ranging experience in creditors' rights litigation, complex business litigation, intellectual property litigation and franchise/distribution litigation. On the creditors' rights side, Jennifer has a great deal of experience in a variety of creditors' rights disputes, including foreclosures, confirmations, receiverships, letter of credit disputes, fraudulent transfer claims and note/guaranty disputes.
On the intellectual property front, Jennifer mainly focuses her practice on the resolution of trademark, trade secret and false advertising claims. As a complement to her intellectual property work, Jennifer also has franchise/distribution experience and has worked on numerous litigation matters around the country representing franchisors and manufacturers in complex disputes with franchisees and distributors.
Jennifer has broad experience handling a variety of large, complex cases involving claims of breach of contract, fraud, breach of fiduciary duties, and unfair and deceptive trade practices for both domestic and international clients who have been sued in U.S. courts.
Areas of Concentration
· Creditors' rights litigation
· Complex commercial litigation
· Franchise and distribution litigation
· Intellectual property litigation
Professional & Community Involvement
· Member, American Bar Association, Forum on Franchising
- Nominating Committee, 2008
- Programming Committee, 2005-2007
· Member, Atlanta Bar Association
· Member, Editorial Board, The Franchise Lawyer, 2005-2009
· Member, Georgia Bar Association, Intellectual Property Section
Awards & Recognition
· Member, Winning Team, U.S. News - Best Lawyers "Law Firm of the Year" in Bankruptcy & Creditor Debtor Rights / Insolvency & Reorganization Law and Litigation - Bankruptcy, 2013
· Rated, AV Preeminent® 5.0 out of 5
· Represented national bank in complex fraudulent transfer case.
· Represented national bank in complex letter of credit dispute.
· Represented several financial institutions in creditor suits against borrowers and guarantors.
· Represented international appliance manufacturer in several distribution, marketing and advertising, trademark, and general business dispute matters.
· Represented national franchisor in the employee staffing business in multiple lawsuits with franchisees.
· Represented hotel chain in various legal disputes with licensees.
· Represented large international energy company and its affiliates in defense of a U.S. lawsuit involving claims of misappropriation of trade secrets, conversion, breach of fiduciary duties and related business torts.
· Represented a Fortune 100 home builder in connection with copyright issues related to architectural drawings.
· Represented an international company in a complex U.S. business dispute involving claims of misappropriation of trade secrets, breach of confidentiality agreement, fraud and tortious interference.
· Represented a defense contractor in analysis of potential claims of misappropriation of trade secrets, fraud, conversion, tortious interference and related business tort claims against former employees that formed competing company.
· Represented an international eyewear manufacturer in patent/trade dress dispute with prominent U.S. maker of fashion eyewear.
· Represented a general partner in multimillion-dollar partnership dispute over management of theme park.
· Represented two failed savings and loan institutions in multimillion-dollar Winstar-related litigation claims against the United States.
· Represented a bankruptcy trustee in several adversary proceedings arising out of bankruptcy of company involved in massive consumer fraud scheme that netted over $7 million for the bankruptcy trustee.
· Represented a national bank in $40 million check kite/overdraft case against corporate customer.
· Represented a national bank in recovery of $17 million in damages on summary judgment in an international letter of credit dispute.
*Some of the above representations were handled by Ms. Moore prior to her joining Greenberg Traurig, LLP.
Articles, Publications, & Lectures
· Co-Author, "Avoiding False Advertising Claims," 29th Annual Forum on Franchising, Boston, Massachusetts, October 2006
· Author, "The NAD: An Efficient and Cost-Effective Alternative to Traditional False Advertising Litigation," Trends in Litigation, Spring 2006
· Lecturer, "When Does A Competitor Cross the Line?" IFA 42nd Annual Legal Symposium, Washington, D.C., May 17-19, 2009
· Co-Lecturer, "Aligning Strategic IP Decision-Making With Corporate Culture," American Conference Institute's Corporate Counsel and Business Forum on Strategic IP Planning, Scottsdale, AZ, February 27-28, 2008
· Lecturer, "Prevailing in Trade Secrets Litigation," American Conference Institute's Seminar on Identifying and Protecting Trade Secrets, San Francisco, CA, June 12, 2007
· Lecturer and Co-Event Organizer, "Green Lights and Red Flags: FTC Rules of the Road for Advertisers," Joint Seminar presented by the Federal Trade Commission and the Atlanta Bar Association, Atlanta, GA, May 16, 2007
· Lecturer, "Famous Last Words: How to Turn a Successful False Advertising Case Into a Litigation Disaster," Advanced Corporate Counsel Forum on Advertising Law Workshop, New York, NY, December 6, 2006
· Lecturer, "The Changing Landscape of Intellectual Property Law: Today's Hot Topics and Tomorrow's Trends," Academy of Hospitality Industry Attorneys 2006 Fall Meeting, Atlanta, GA, November 10, 2006
· Co-Lecturer, "Avoiding False Advertising Claims," ABA Forum on Franchising, Boston, MA, October 12, 2006
· Lecturer, "Copyright Fair Use," Advanced Corporate Counsel Forum on Advertising Law Workshop, Chicago, IL, June 23, 2006
· Lecturer and Event Organizer, Fundamentals of Franchising Seminar, Atlanta, GA, June 15, 2006
· Lecturer, "Challenging a Competitor's Claim Substantiation," Advanced Corporate Counsel Forum on Advertising Law Workshop, New York, NY, December 14, 2005
· Co-Lecturer, "Essentials of Franchising: How to Recognize a Franchise and Why You Must," ABA Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA, August 7, 2004