Matthew Moeller is the owner of the Moeller Firm LLC. His experience and practice primarily includes the representation of shipyards, vessel owners and operators and contractors as well as other businesses in maritime, construction and commercial disputes. This experience includes the representation of vessel owners and operators in the defense of Jones Act and maritime personal injury claims, as well as maritime contractual disputes and maritime property damage matters. Matthew also represents shipyards in vessel construction and repair disputes and general and sub-contractors in breach of contract, non-payment, defective workmanship, and property damage actions and other businesses in actions concerning breach of contract, fraud, intentional interference with contract and unfair trade practices. Matthew has tried numerous cases to verdict, obtaining both bench and jury verdicts in favor of his clients. In addition to his litigation practice, Matthew regularly counsels shipyards and vessel owners and operators in the formation and negotiation of master service agreements, master time charter agreements, third party access and boarding agreements and vessel construction contracts. Matthew also counsels other businesses and individuals in the preparation and negotiation of non-compete, non-disclosure, non-solicitation, and employment contracts.
Michael Panter, Matthew Moeller, David Pardue, and Michael Weber explain the purpose of pleadings and how to craft them successfully.
In this podcast episode, a solo attorney talks about how he started his practice, what technology he’s using, and how his business experience has helped him.
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