Klehr Harrison Litigation Department Attracts Another Big Law Attorney as Partner

PHILADELPHIA (April 28, 2022) – Klehr Harrison Harvey Branzburg LLP is pleased to announce that Ryan M. Moore joined the firm as a partner in its Litigation Department.

Moore brings extensive litigation experience with him to the firm after previously spending his private practice career at an Am Law 100 firm. He is one of several attorneys from other firms to join Klehr Harrison as partner in the past year.  

“We are thrilled to have a talented attorney like Ryan join our team,” said Jonathan Krause, Litigation Department Chair. “His diverse background in litigation and commitment to client service will be a great addition to our practice. Ryan’s specific experience in M&A litigation will be an asset to our corporate group’s booming M&A practice.”

Managing Partner Brad Krouse added, “We see Ryan’s addition as part of a growing trend in top-flight litigators looking to have a sophisticated and rewarding practice outside of Big Law, and we are well-situated at Klehr to be a platform for this approach.”

“This is a great opportunity to join a strong litigation group and continue to build my own practice at a firm invested in Philadelphia and the region,” said Moore.

Moore is a business-focused litigator, who focuses his practice on complex civil litigation and commercial disputes, including shareholder class actions, derivative litigation, M&A litigation, and corporate governance disputes. He also counsels clients on litigation risks, both generally and arising from specific strategic transactions. Moore has a wide range of experience among many substantive areas of law, including contract, fiduciary duties, novel corporate law claims, securities law and business tort law.

Moore’s practice involves representing clients in all phases of a lawsuit. He has represented clients at trial, procuring successful defense verdicts or favorable settlements. He has represented clients in dozens of appeals across state appellate courts, federal courts of appeals, and before the United States Supreme Court, for parties and amici alike.

Before joining the firm, Moore was a litigator in the Philadelphia office of a large international law firm. Prior to that, he served as a law clerk to the Honorable Judge Franklin S. Van Antwerpen in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.

He received his J.D., summa cum laude from the Temple University Beasley School of Law, where he was Editor-in-Chief of the Temple Law Review and Order of the Coif, and his B.A., cum laude from Temple University.

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