Alisa E. Moen
Corporate Litigation Vice Practice Group Leader
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Alisa Moen focuses her practice in the areas of complex commercial, corporate, business and fiduciary disputes. Ms. Moen regularly advises clients with respect to transactional matters involving corporate governance, formation of special purpose entities, and complex commercial transactions. Ms. Moen has successfully tri
- Represented a minority shareholder in a derivative action involving all allegations of massive self dealing, diversion of corporate assets and breaches of fiduciary duty. Achieved a significant verdict in favor of minority shareholder, including an award of attorney’s fees.
- Represented a software company and its board of directors in a derivative litigation brought by a minority shareholder. Successfully defended books and records and election challenge demands.
- Represented a seller in a post closing dispute with a private equity who acquired the company but refused to release escrow funds.
- Represented a major chemical manufacturing company in a joint venture dispute, defending against breach of contract, tort and fiduciary claims.
- Represented a major food company in a subsidiary spin off litigation, successfully defending against fiduciary and fraud claims brought against the parent and its board.
- Represented a major energy company defending claims of securities fraud in a private placement context which arose on an expedited basis as an adversary proceeding and was taken to trial within six months of the filing of the complaint.
- Represented a special litigation committee for a company engaged in government contracts in investigating stock option awards.
- Represented a bankruptcy trustee in connection with fraudulent transfer litigation involving a Ponzi scheme and outsized return to certain investors; recovered millions for the estate.
COMMUNITY SERVICE & AFFILIATIONS
Ms. Moen is the Editor-in-chief of the Delaware Law Review, a semi-annual publication of the Delaware State Bar Association. Ms. Moen is also a member of an advisory board of Young at Art, a nonprofit program that provides financial literacy and art instruction to adjudicated youth. Annually, Ms. Moen chairs a Cure in Sight fundraiser that raises funds for research to cure choroideremia, a genetic disorder that causes blindness.