St. Louis MISSOURI
ABOUT Diane Moore
Order of the Woolsack. Recipient, Dean's Scholarship for Academic Performance, 1993-1998. Staff Editor, St. Louis-Warsaw Transatlantic Law Journal, 1996-1997. Law Clerk, Honorable Lawrence E. Mooney, Missouri Court of Appeals Eastern District, 1998-2000. Ms. Moore focuses her practice on class action litigation, primarily in the areas of ERISA pension and profit sharing law and the federal "junk fax" law. Ms. Moore was appointed class counsel in three junk fax class actions that collectively resulted in settlements worth $24.5 million - Gans v. Seventeen Motors, Inc. (St. Clair County, Illinois), Gans v. Leiserv, Inc. (St. Louis County, Missouri) and Fun Services v. AMF Bowling (Jackson County, Missouri). She acts as class counsel in Brentwood Travel v. DCT Enterprises (St. Louis County, Missouri) and Karen S. Little, LLC v. Brinker Missouri, Inc. (St. Louis County, Missouri) - two pending junk fax class actions that are in the process of settling. Ms. Moore is co-counsel for the plaintiff in Caufield v. Colgate-Palmolive Company Employees' Retirement Income Plan (U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Indiana) and Fry v. Exelon Corporation Cash Balance Pension Fund (U.S. District Court for Northern District of Illinois) - two putative ERISA "whipsaw" class actions challenging the methodology by which cash balance pension plans calculate the lump sum pension distributions of their participants. She is also co-counsel for the plaintiff in Boeckman v. A.G. Edwards, Inc. (U.S. District Court for Southern District of Illinois), a putative class action alleging that defendant breached its fiduciary duties to 401(k) plan participants under ERISA by failing to consider lower cost investment options for its plan platform.