Raymond L. Moss

Position: Partner
Born: New York, New York, 1959
Education: Bucknell University (B.A., cum laude, 1981)
Phi Eta Sigma
Hofstra University (J.D., 1984)
Admitted to Bar: 1985, New Jersey and Connecticut
1986, New York
1989, Georgia
1991, U.S. Supreme Court
2008, Tennessee
Member: Taxpayers Against Fraud
New York State Bar Association
American Bar Association (Member, Corporate,
Banking and Business Law Section)
State Bar of Georgia (Member: Securities Legislation Subcommittee)
International Bar Association
Congress of Fellows, The Center for International
Legal Studies, Salzburg, Austria
Arab Bankers Association of North America ("ABANA")
Honors: Who's Who in American Law
Faculty Member: Securities Arbitration 1999-Practising Law Institute
Visiting Faculty Member: Past Business Law Instructor, Emory University
International Securities Law and Regulation Conference, 2002
Center for International Legal Studies
Past Arbitrator: FINRA (f/k/a National Association of Securities Dealers, Inc.)
Practice Areas: False Claims Act/Whistleblower Litigation
Arbitration and Litigation
Mergers & Acquisitions
Corporate and Partnership Law
Loan Workouts and Restructuring
Securities Offerings
Broker-Dealer, Investment Advisor and Investment Company Regulation
Author / Contributing Author:

"Liability of Clearing Firms: Traditional and Developing Perspectives"; Practising Law Institute; Securities Arbitration Handbook (1998 ed.)

"The Wall Street Analyst: Rise and Fall of a Rock Star"; Practising Law Institute; Securities Arbitration Handbook (2002 ed.)

"New CFTC Flexibility for Hedge Fund Managers"ABANA Review (Fall 2003)

"The U.S. Patriot Act and Related Domestic and International Anti-Money Laundering Regulations, With a Special Focus on Switzerland: Legal and Business Implications"; Practising Law Institute; Securities Arbitration Handbook (2004 ed.)

"Selected Recent Developments in Indemnification and Advancement Rights for Officers, Directors, Investment Managers of Hedge Funds, and Other Related Parties: Who Will Pick Up the Bill and When?"; Practising Law Institute; Securities Arbitration the Market Meldown Era: Achieving Fairness in Perception and Reality (Volume Two; 2009)

Languages: French
E-mail: E-mail