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Daniel J. Moses

Associate
Portland

P 503-229-0404
F 503-229-0405
Daniel.Moses@jacksonlewis.com

Biography

Daniel J. Moses is an Associate in the Portland, Oregon, office of Jackson Lewis P.C.  His practice focuses on representing employers in a variety of workplace law matters, including litigation, preventive advice, and counsel.

Prior to joining Jackson Lewis, Mr. Moses was an associate for a highly regarded boutique litigation firm in Santa Monica, California, where his practice focused on defending employers in multi-million dollar cases, including employment litigation, general business litigation, and complex litigation. 

While attending law school, Mr. Moses served on the editorial board of Pepperdine Law Review, as the associate production editor.  During his final semester of law school, Mr. Moses took night classes to complete his degree, while working full time as a judicial extern to the Honorable Debre K. Weintraub, Los Angeles Superior Court, and as a law clerk for a global litigation defense law firm in downtown Los Angeles.  Mr. Moses also worked as a law clerk for Pepperdine University’s Office of the General Counsel during his entire final year of law school, where he gained invaluable perspective on the needs of a company with over five thousand employees.

Honors and Recognitions

Professional Associations and Activities

  • American Bar Association
  • California State Bar Association
  • Multnomah Bar Association
  • Oregon State Bar Association

Pro Bono and Community Involvement

  • Multnomah Bar Association, Young Lawyers Section, Imprint Mentoring Program Volunteer

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April 25, 2018
SHRM

Daniel Moses Authors "Oregon Enacts Tougher Data Breach Notification Law"

April 25, 2018

Daniel Moses authors "Oregon Enacts Tougher Data Breach Notification Law," published by SHRM. Subscription may be required to view article Read More

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Oregon Enacts Tougher Data Breach Notification Law
April 16, 2018

Oregon Governor Kate Brown signed a bill last month toughening the state’s already stringent data breach notification law, which will take effect on June 2, 2018.  The most significant change for companies to be aware of is the requirement that affected consumers be notified no later than 45 days following discovery of a breach.  Ad Read More

Ignorance of Interplay between FMLA and ADA Can Be Costly To Employers
February 15, 2018

One mistake often made by employers is assuming that after an employee has exhausted his or her 12 weeks of protected Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) leave, the employer’s obligation is fulfilled. Read More