Desiree F. Moore

Partner and Director of Learning & Professional Development

70 West Madison Street, Suite 3300
Chicago, IL 60602-4207

United States of America

Desiree F. Moore is a litigation partner and a founding member of the firm’s Digital Crisis Planning & Response (DCPR) client solution. She counsels corporations, educational institutions, and high-profile individuals in proactively planning for and effectively managing digital crisesof varying magnitudes, , including data breach, online defamation, harassment, and impersonation, university and other education scandals, celebrity disgrace events, and leaked confidential and proprietary information. In this capacity, Ms. Moore also regularly helps clients proactively identify and manage the risks associated with social media use. Ms. Moore counsels individuals and corporations alike on social media best practices, how to effectively implement regulations for social media use in and outside of the workplace, and implementing discipline for unlawful social media use.

As a trial attorney, Ms. Moore has successfully litigated in state and federal court and has managed high-level disputes in sectors such as cryptocurrency, social media, intellectual property, entertainment, product liability, labor and employment, and class action defense at the trial and appellate court level. As a co-resident of the firm’s Doha, Qatar office, Ms. Moore also has extensive experience in domestic and international arbitration.

Ms. Moore is actively involved in the firm-wide Women in the Profession group and spearheads the Women’s Mastermind program, which supports the business development goals of women associates and partners. Ms. Moore is also the firm’s Director of Professional Development, where she oversees the implementation of innovative training and other programming for attorneys and staff across the firm.

Education

  • B.A., University of California, San Diego (2002)
    (magna cum laude)
  • J.D., Loyola University Chicago School of Law (2005)
    (Executive Conference Editor, Loyola Law Journal.; President, Student Bar Association)

Admissions

Bar of Illinois
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