March 11, 2024

Abram I. Moore Joins Venable’s Commercial Litigation Practice in Chicago

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Venable LLP is pleased to announce that Abram (Abe) Moore has joined the firm’s Chicago office as a partner in the Commercial Litigation Practice. An experienced and steady lead counsel in both trials and arbitrations, Mr. Moore is adept at identifying unique legal solutions for his clients’ disputes while closely considering their business objectives. As a seasoned trial attorney who focuses his practice on complex litigation, Mr. Moore is a dedicated and creative advocate. He is a globally recognized litigator who has helped clients resolve commercial disputes through federal and state court litigation, domestic and international arbitration, and intensive mediations and negotiations. Mr. Moore is passionate about guiding his clients from a matter’s inception to its completion—and does so with excellent results. 

Stacie Tobin, a co-chair of the firm’s Litigation Division, commented, “Abe seamlessly pairs his tactical litigation skills with his deep understanding of the industries that are most essential to his clients’ work and success. His skill set and thriving practice will be an asset to the Venable team and to our clients.”

“Abe is a passionate and creative litigator with an impressive track record for resolving complex cases of national significance with tenacity and innovation.  This is an exciting time for Venable’s Chicago office, as we continue adding talented lawyers who are also just great people, like Abe,” said Mike Morkin, the firm’s partner-in-charge of growth and expansion.

Commenting on his move to Venable, Mr. Moore said, “This is a unique and exciting opportunity to grow my practice alongside the firm while we expand together in the Chicago legal market. I am thrilled to be joining the wonderful team at Venable, many of whom I already consider to be valued colleagues, mentors, and friends.”

Mr. Moore received his J.D. from University of Notre Dame Law School. He received his B.A., magna cum laude, from the University of Montana.