Shane J. Moses is of counsel with Foley & Lardner LLP and a member of the firm’s Bankruptcy & Business Reorganizations Practice.
Shane is a bankruptcy and commercial attorney with a practice that comprises representing clients in all aspects of corporate reorganizations in and out of bankruptcy. He frequently represents corporate debtors, creditor and equity committees, bankruptcy trustees, creditors, and other constituents in complex and high-stakes company situations. In addition, he has substantial experience representing both defendants and plaintiffs in litigation of director and officer liability claims in the bankruptcy context. Shane applies a practical, solution-oriented approach, to difficult circumstances taking into account both the legal framework, and the business realities of the situation to reach the best result for his clients.
Prior to Foley, Shane obtained extensive litigation experience involving primarily commercial disputes, including fraud claims, lending disputes, director and officer liability claims, and other matters as well as broad bankruptcy experience, including Chapter 11 reorganizations, trustee representations, and individual debtor cases.
Shane earned his law degree from the University of California, Berkeley, School of Law (J.D., 2005) where he was executive editor for Ecology Law Quarterly. He received high honors for Environmental Law, International Law, Land Use Law, Water Law, Bankruptcy, and Business Law Seminar on Advising Emerging Growth Companies as well as honors for Prosser Prize, awarded for second highest grade in class, in International Law, Land Use Law, Water Law, and Business Law Seminar on Advising Emerging Growth Companies. Sato Scholarship, Boalt Hall partial tuition fellowship.
He received a bachelor’s degree in biology with minors in Chemistry and Environmental Science, from the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech) summa cum laude (B.S., 2002).
He also received a bachelor’s degree in Political Science, with a minor in Environmental Economics, from the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech) summa cum laude, (B.A., 2002).