Chris Moore assists clients in general corporate matters at all stages of the company life cycle, including new entity organization, commercial transactions, mergers and acquisitions, and dissolution. He represents business entities ranging from closely held companies to large, public corporations across a wide array of industries.

Chris Moore assists clients in general corporate matters at all stages of the company life cycle, including new entity organization, commercial transactions, mergers and acquisitions, and dissolution. He represents business entities ranging from closely held companies to large, public corporations across a wide array of industries.

Chris advises companies engaging in M&A, private equity, and other complex transactions by preparing transaction documents and providing counsel throughout the closing process. He also frequently represents a variety of operating companies in commercial contracting matters, such as the drafting and negotiation of license and subscription agreements, distribution agreements, consulting agreements, equipment leases, and clinical trial agreements.

Chris’s recent experience includes:

  • Represented insurance companies and insurance regulators in a global corporate reorganization and debt restructuring transaction involving hundreds of regulated and non-regulated subsidiaries and more than $2 Billion in transaction value.
  • Advised insurers in rehabilitation on a broad spectrum of general corporate, finance, and regulatory matters, including the negotiation of a third-party administration agreement, development of a strategy for management of complex credit facilities, preparation of a bid process for the sale of assets, and drafting of confidentiality and indemnification agreements.
  • Assisted a cloud-based technology company in its acquisition of a residential access-control software developer in exchange for cash and stock.
  • Drafted international distribution agreements for a distributor of high-end products to restaurants, hotels, and other foodservice vendors.
  • Represented a factoring finance company in a sale of substantially all of its assets.
  • Represented the founder of a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business in the sale of all of his membership interest and a related sales representative agreement.
  • Negotiated multiple clinical trial agreements for a prominent North Carolina medical provider.

Chris earned his Juris Doctor, summa cum laude, from Campbell Law School, graduating as valedictorian with the highest GPA in his class. During law school, he was the executive editor of the Campbell Law Review and a championship-winning member of the National Moot Court Team. He was published twice in the Campbell Law Review as a student for writing comments about professional social media accounts and North Carolina trade secrets. He completed externships with the North Carolina Supreme Court, the North Carolina Court of Appeals and the Office of the North Carolina Solicitor General.

He earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism and mass communication from the University of North Carolina. He was a sportswriter for The Daily Tar Heel, the ACC Sports Journal, and various other publications prior to law school.