Adjunct Professor of Law
J.D., Loyola Law School
B.A., Yale University
Professor Moon began her litigation career in 1998 as an associate in the Commercial Financial Services Group of Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP in the Los Angeles, California office. As Special Counsel in Stroock, she concentrates her practice in the defense of class action and quasi-class action lawsuits throughout the country on behalf of clients in the consumer and commercial finance industry, including national banks, federally chartered savings and loan associations, credit card issuers and finance lenders. She handles all aspects of complex litigation defense, including pre-litigation strategy, pleading challenges, factual investigation, discovery, depositions, motion practice and strategy in connection with mediations and settlements.
Professor Moon worked on Guilford v. Washington Mutual Bank, wherein Stroock obtained an important decision from the California Court of Appeal that the state law invoked by plaintiffs was preempted by the Office of Thrift Supervision regulation. She has handled the defense of class actions involving credit card and gift card disputes, including the enforceability of arbitration provisions between the card issuer and the consumer.