Justin A. Kuehn specializes in securities and consumer class actions, as well as corporate and complex commercial litigation. Mr. Kuehn regularly represents clients against the largest and most prominent law firms in the country. Mr. Kuehn has argued before the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, the New York Appellate Division, and many federal and state trial courts. In addition to representing plaintiffs in securities and other class action litigation, Mr. Kuehn has defended companies in business tort matters with claims of defamation, misrepresentation, breach of contract, unjust enrichment, and employment law violations. Mr. Kuehn also counsels clients in regard to estate and life planning issues.
Prior to founding Moore Kuehn, Mr. Kuehn spent a decade at a top New York City litigation boutique, Bragar Eagel and Squire, P.C., where he represented shareholders and creditor trusts in securities and derivative actions against companies, their officers, and boards of directors to compel the adoption of corporate governance reforms, and correct and recover losses stemming from false statements, mismanagement, and related party transactions.
Mr. Kuehn worked on a record-breaking case that led to the largest cash derivative settlement in the history of the Delaware Court of Chancery, the preeminent forum for shareholder derivative litigation.
Mr. Kuehn has also pursued claims on behalf of student loan borrowers against some of the largest banks and student loan servicers in the country for the mismanagement and erroneous servicing of loans. Mr. Kuehn’s investigations into student loan servicers, received a broad spectrum of media coverage, including by ABC News. Mr. Kuehn also spoke about his efforts on behalf of student loan borrowers at the conference “Stacking the Debt: Consumer Rights in the Financial Marketplace,” held at Russell Senate Office Building – U.S. Senate (honorary host: Senator Al Franken).