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Daniel J. Moses


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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

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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

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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July 12, 2019

Oregon Passes Paid Family and Medical Leave Law

July 12, 2019

Oregon has joined a growing number of states to require employers to provide their workers paid family and medical leave. Employers in Oregon must provide up to 12 weeks of such paid leave to eligible employees beginning January 1, 2023, under the bill (HB 2005) passed by the state legislature. Governor Kate Brown has said she intends... Read More

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Oregon Joins Growing Number of States Requiring Paid Family and Medical Leave
July 15, 2019

Just hours before the constitutionally-mandated end of Oregon’s state legislative session (June 30 at midnight), the Oregon Senate voted to pass HB 2005—which will provide paid family and medical leave to eligible employees beginning January 1, 2023.  HB 2005 now heads to the desk of Governor Kate Brown, who has already said she intend Read More

Oregon Enacts Living Donor Leave Law
June 26, 2019

Earlier this month, Oregon Governor Kate Brown signed Senate Bill 796 into law—after it passed 28-1 in the state Senate, and unanimously in the House—providing protected leave under the Oregon Family Leave Act (“OFLA”) for employees who miss work in connection with donating a body part, organ, or tissue. Read More

Oregon Amends Data Breach Notification Law to Include Vendor Obligations; Expanded Definition of Personal Information
June 12, 2019

As we recently noted, Washington state amended its data breach notification law on May 7 to expand the definition of “personal information” and shorten the notification deadline (among other changes). Read More

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Mar 5

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State Data Breach Laws

Sarah Ryan and Daniel Moses discuss the various state laws governing data breach notification, the recent developments of GDPR and the California Consumer Privacy Act.

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