David L. Moore

| David L. Moore

Founding Partner
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    David advises emerging businesses, privately held companies, and nonprofit organizations on transactional, operational, and compliance matters. His experience includes commercial and project financing, real estate transactions, venture capital, tax planning, corporate governance, and banking regulation. He has worked extensively with banks and financial institutions, private foundations, charities, and information-technology and energy companies. David has presented on securitization, corporate structures, acquisition strategies, and land-use matters, and he has authored works on consumer lending, micro-finance, community development financial institutions, overdraft services, and the Community Reinvestment Act.


    Education
    J.D., Cleveland State University, cum laude, Business Law
    B.B.A., Kent State University, magna cum laude, Business Management, Finance

    Bar Admissions
    Supreme Court of Ohio
    U.S. District Court, Northern District of Ohio

    DateTitle
    2012Rehabilitation Lending Activity in Cleveland: Alternative Policy Response to the Foreclosure Crisis.
    2011Crowdfunding Not Yet the Answer to Startup Cash Woes.
    2011Can Public Nuisance Law Protect Your Neighborhood from Big Banks?, 44 Suffolk U.L. Rev. 89 (2011) (contributing author with Kermit J. Lind).
    2010Electronic Fund Transfers Act: Requirements for Overdraft Services, Consumer Credit: Law, Transactions and Forms § 164.03[4], Matthew Bender & Co. (contributing author with Kenneth J. Lapine, Francis X. Grady).
    2010Community Reinvestment Act: Purpose of the Act, Consumer Credit: Law, Transactions and Forms § 158.02, Matthew Bender & Co. (contributing author with Kenneth J. Lapine, Francis X. Grady).
    2010Risk Confinement: Analyzing the FDIC's Cross-Guarantee Authority & the Federal Reserve Board's Source-of-Strength Doctrine.
    2010Expanding Financial Access Using Nontraditional Credit Products: Small Dollar Loans, Peer-to-Peer Lending and Stored-Value Cards.
    2009Looking at the Past, Present, and Future of Community Development Financing.
    2009A Public Nuisance Case Study: Deutsche Bank and Wells Fargo Bank.
    2009The Foreclosure Crisis and Real Estate Mortgage Investment Conduits.
    2008Material Adverse Effect: The Hexion-Huntsman Combination.