Lillian Chaves Moon is a Partner in the Orlando, Florida office of Jackson Lewis LLP.
Ms. Moon devotes the majority of her practice to employment litigation, defending employers in federal and state courts, as well as before the EEOC and other administrative agencies. As a member of the Firm’s Privacy, Social Media and Information Management Practice, Ms. Moon also devotes a significant portion of her practice to counseling clients regarding privacy law obligations and policies, data breach issues, and electronic signature, HIPAA, ERISA, and Privacy Act requirements when establishing corporate electronic recruitment, application, and on-boarding websites, policies, and processes. Additionally, she provides clients with day-to-day advice and counseling regarding employer policies, handbooks, workplace discrimination laws, and OSHA issues as they arise.
Ms. Moon regularly speaks on employment law and privacy-related topics. Ms. Moon has co-authored “Key PEO Considerations for Data Security Agreements,” published by PEO Insider (November 2011) and authored “Responding to Public School Peer Harassment in the Face of Davis v. Monroe County Board of Education,” published by BYU Education and Law Journal 2000, (June 2000). Ms. Moon is also the Editor-in-Chief of “The Florida Employer,” a Jackson Lewis bulletin on employment, labor, benefits, privacy, and immigration law, and is a regular contributor to the Firm’s Workplace Privacy Blog. Ms. Moon’s blog articles, including “Jumping on the e-Application, Electronic On-Boarding Bandwagon?,” “Florida’s New Sexting Law Makes it Criminal for Minors to Transmit Sexually Explicit Materials Electronically,” “Florida, Michigan and Montana Follow National Trend and Consider Banning the Use of Applicant Credit History Background Checks in Hiring Decisions,” “Employers Beware: Aggrieved Employee Commits Data Breach Affecting 2400 Individuals,” and “Supervisors Do Not Have Unrestricted Access to Employee E-mails,” can be found at www.workplaceprivacyreport.com.
Ms. Moon has served as an appellate attorney for the United States Department of Labor in Washington, D.C., representing the Secretary of Labor in federal appellate courts in cases brought pursuant to the Occupational Safety and Health Act. One of Ms. Moon’s more notable cases is Fluor Daniel v. Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission, 295 F. 3d 1232 (11th Cir. 2002).
In addition, Ms. Moon serves as the Secretary of the Board of Directors for Music Theater Bavaria, is a member of the Advisory Board of LDS Family Services, and is a member of the Board of Directors for the Girl Scouts of Citrus Council.
Ms. Moon acts as lead trial counsel, on a pro bono basis, in proceedings involving termination of parental rights and adoption issues, representing the adoption family and adoptive couples.
Ms. Moon is admitted to practice in the U.S. Supreme Court, all Florida State courts, the United States District Court for the Middle and Southern Districts of Florida, the Supreme Court of the Virgin Islands, and the Superior Court of the Virgin Islands.
Ms. Moon received her B.A. from Brigham Young University in 1995. She earned her J.D. from the J. Reuben Clark Law School at Brigham Young University in 2000.
|"Responding to Public School Peer Sexual Harassment in the Face of Davis v. Monroe County Board of Education"
BYU Education and Law Journal 2000.2 (June 2000) [Author]
Honors, Awards and Pro Bono Activity
On a pro bono basis, Ms. Moon acts as lead trial counsel in proceedings involving termination of parental rights and adoption issues, representing the adoption family and adoptive couples. Ms. Moon is an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and serves in a leadership position regarding its children's Sunday school and activities programs in Central Florida, serves as a member of the Advisory Board for LDS Family Services, and serves on the nominating committee for the Board of Directors of the Girl Scouts of Citrus Council.
Prior to practicing in Florida, Ms. Moon was an appellate attorney with the Office of Solicitor, Occupational Safety and Health Division, for the U.S. Department of Labor in Washington, D.C. In this position, Ms. Moon represented the U.S. Secretary of Labor and successfully handled appeals on briefs and in oral arguments in Federal appellate courts nationwide. One of Ms. Moon's more notable cases is Fluor Daniel v. Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission, 295 F. 3d 1232 (11th Cir. 2002).