Evan A. Moeller, who considers himself a dual native of Jackson, Mississippi and New Orleans, Louisiana, graduated from the University of Mississippi in 2001 and St. John's University School of Law in 2005.
Mr. Moeller has extensive experience defending large financial institutions and loan servicers against claims brought by consumers and borrowers under various theories of lender liability, including Breach of Contract, Fraud, Negligence, Negligent Misrepresentation, Breach of Fiduciary Duty, Deceptive Trade Practices and Wrongful Foreclosure. Mr. Moeller also regularly advises financial institutions on issues related to garnishment, attachment and restitution liens, having represented leading financial institutions in thousands of cases involving levies upon their customers' accounts.
Mr. Moeller has also represented both plaintiffs and defendants in the oil and gas, consulting, construction and engineering industries, as well as high net worth individuals in trusts and estates litigation. In addition, Mr. Moeller has represented investors in bringing claims under the Texas Securities Act and other business interests in cases involving various business torts, including Business Disparagement and Tortious Interference.
Mr. Moeller has tried cases to juries in both federal and state court, having handled cases in every United States District Court in Texas, the Central District of California and dozens of Texas jurisdictions.
Mr. Moeller may be contacted by telephone at (713) 220-9163 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.