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Edward Moss

Edward Moss


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Cahill Gordon & Reindel LLP
32 Old Slip
New York, NY 10005



  • Duke University School of Law, J.D., 2003, magna cum laude
  • Amherst College, B.A., 2000, magna cum laude

Clerkship/Government Service

  • Honorable Marvin Katz, US District Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania


  • New York
  • U.S. District Court, E.D. New York
  • U.S. District Court, S.D. New York
  • U.S. Court of Appeals, Second Circuit
  • U.S. Court of Appeals, Third Circuit

Edward Moss, Chair of Cahill's Antitrust Litigation practice group and Co-Chair of the Commercial Litigation practice group, is an experienced and business-minded trial lawyer who represents companies and individuals in a wide range of high-stakes commercial litigation matters, with a focus on securities, antitrust, and merger-and-acquisition-related lawsuits. He has practiced, and tried cases, in courts throughout the country.

He represents an array of clients, including financial institutions, private-equity firms, airlines, healthcare and pharmaceutical companies, technology providers, and professional sports franchises. He works diligently to provide his clients with practical advice and favorable results under challenging circumstances. Edward also maintains an active pro bono docket, including having tried three pro bono cases. 

Edward was recognized as a 2023 General Litigation Trailblazer by The National Law Journal and in 2022 as one of The American Lawyer’s Litigators of the Week for his precedent-setting win defending Credit Suisse in a foreign exchange markets class action following an eight-day jury trial in the SDNY. Benchmark Litigation has named Edward as a "Future Star,” and he was named to the 40 & Under Hot List in Antitrust, General Commercial, and Securities Litigation. Edward has also been recognized by Legal 500 US for his work in antitrust, financial services litigation and general commercial litigation and is listed in Lawdragon’s 500 Leading Litigators in America guide. Edward currently serves as Co-Chair of Cahill’s Professional Development Committee. 

Professional Activities:


  • “A Report on Non-Reportable Transactions,” Antitrust Report, Issue 4 (2010)
  • “Shifting Sands: Practical Advice on Delaware Fee-Shifting Bylaws,” New York Law Journal (August 11, 2014)

Speaking Engagements

  • Antitrust Expert Training Academy, New York State Bar Association (October 2018)

Edward's representations prior to joining Cahill include:

  • a major airline in two federal antitrust lawsuits, including an eight-week jury trial
  • a leading investment adviser in a federal bench trial in a high-stakes ERISA matter
  • an investment company in a nine-figure bench trial in Delaware Chancery Court
  • a leading investment firm in a high-profile breach-of-contract dispute
  • as first chair in a federal jury trial, the estate of an individual in an excessive-force case against the City of New York
  • a leading online broker and thrift in a securities class action alleging misstatements in disclosures relating to mortgage-backed securities
  • a foreign technology company in a securities class action relating to its financial disclosures
  • financial-institution underwriters in several securities class actions alleging misstatements in IPO offering materials
  • the former CEO of a leading pharmaceutical company in a securities class action alleging misstatements about a key product
  • individual officers in securities-fraud claims arising out of the bankruptcy of a large supermarket chain
  • an international pharmaceutical company in an appraisal litigation in Delaware Chancery Court
  • several financial institutions and manufacturing companies in merger-related litigation in Delaware
  • a leading designer and manufacturer of personal computers in an antitrust lawsuit alleging price fixing brought by DOJ in a several-week bench trial
  • a leading manufacturer and retailer of luxury goods in an antitrust class action alleging unlawful tying
  • a leading medical-device provider in antitrust tying lawsuits brought by a competitor and a putative class
  • two major financial institutions in antitrust benchmarking matters
  • a leading cable provider in a carriage dispute with a sports network in a bench trial
  • several companies—including a major airline, an insurance company, two financial institutions, and a professional sports franchise—in disputes with former employees
  • a leading private equity firm in several lawsuits filed against its portfolio companies
  • an auto parts supplier in investigations by the SEC and DOJ relating to accounting issues
  • a major financial institution in several SEC investigations, including FCPA matters
  • various clients in merger control investigations by the FTC and DOJ
  • an investment manager in investigations by the offices of the New York and Connecticut Attorneys General concerning antitrust and related issues