Kristopher Moore is a member of the firm's Litigation Section, and his practice includes all aspects of civil and criminal litigation. He represents clients in complex commercial litigation, including breach of contract, unfair trade practices, white-collar defense, class action litigation, antitrust litigation, and other business torts. Mr. Moore often represents clients in intellectual property litigation, particularly businesses seeking to protect their patent rights.
Intellectual Property Litigation
Mr. Moore works to protect clients’ intellectual property, and he frequently handles trademark, trade secret, copyright and patent cases. He provides counseling, dispute resolution, and litigation in connection with all intellectual property matters. Mr. Moore achieved a favorable settlement for a client with patented electrical smart-grid technology, which allows users to monitor and adjust energy usage. The client, a Connecticut-based energy company, brought claims in multiple court jurisdictions alleging infringement of its patents.
Complex Commercial Litigation
Mr. Moore handles complex business matters, including claims of breach of contract; business torts such as fraud, misrepresentation, conversion and interference with contract; unfair and deceptive trade practices; class action litigation; securities and antitrust violations; and matters alleging tortious interference with business relations.
Mr. Moore has represented multiple clients with complex cases, including a manufacturer of commercial printing devices involved in litigation which included claims ranging from patent infringement to trade secret theft to computer crimes.
Pro Bono & Community Involvement
Mr. Moore is committed to pro bono work. He is currently working with The Connecticut Innocence Project, an organization which seeks to overturn wrongful convictions, in an ongoing effort to exonerate a client who is serving a 50 year prison sentence for a murder conviction.
Mr. Moore has also done pro bono work through the firm’s Domestic Violence Restraining Order Program, which helps victims of domestic violence navigate the court system. His efforts with the program led to him being selected as Robinson+Cole’s Pro Bono Service Award Recipient.
Community involvement is also important to Mr. Moore, who coached a group of Boston inner city middle school students participating in a mock trial for Discovering Justice’s “Stand Up for Your Rights” program.
Prior to joining Robinson+Cole, Mr. Moore served as a law clerk to the Honorable Thomas G. West of the Connecticut Appellate Court. While attending law school, he served as a judicial intern for the Honorable Janet C. Hall at the United States District Court for the District of Connecticut.