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Ms. Moos is a veteran litigator, representing health care systems, hospitals, clinics, and individual providers in health care, professional liability, and long-term care disputes including medical malpractice, board, and other licensing matters.
For decades, Ms. Moos has defended and counseled many prominent health care organizations-earning a reputation as one of the most effective trial lawyers in Minnesota. She is a past president of the Minnesota Chapter of American Board of Trial Advocates, and a fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers.
During her career, Ms. Moos has successfully litigated many cases to verdict, regularly defending clients in matters involving millions of dollars of claimed damages.
Obtained a defense verdict in a case claiming negligent care by a cardiologist.
Successfully defended ER providers in a case claiming negligence in discharging, rather than admitting an adolescent patient with suicidal threats. Minnesota Supreme Court clarified that immunity under the Minnesota Civil Commitment and Treatment Act covers decision to discharge patient.
Obtained summary judgment, affirmed on appeal, in a case claiming lack of prompt response to patient’s worsening condition. The court held that expert testimony lacked factual foundation and dismissed case. The court also held general corporate negligence claims are not recognized in Minnesota.
Obtained summary judgment, affirmed on appeal, in a case claiming hormone therapy caused breast cancer. The court held that scientific evidence had inadequate foundation to permit testimony by plaintiff’s experts.
Obtained a defense verdict for a labor and delivery nurse in a birth injury case where claimed damages exceeded $12 million.
Honors & Awards
Ms. Moos has given a significant number of presentations on topics ranging from effective trial practices to medical malpractice during the course of her career.