About James C. Moon
James “Jim” Moon has extensive experience handling a wide variety of complex civil and cross-border litigation matters in both state and federal courts for sophisticated national and international clients. He has handled all aspects of litigation from inception through trial and appeals to the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals. Jim has handled a wide variety of litigation matters including prosecuting and defending foreclosure actions, pursuing contract and tort claims against large financial institutions such as banks and their professionals. Jim has successfully pursued, and defended against all manner of fraudulent transfer and preference litigation in both state and federal courts. In addition, Jim represents debtors, panel trustees, official and ad hoc committees and individual creditors in complex bankruptcy cases brought under chapter 11 and chapter 7 of the Bankruptcy Code.
A recognized leader and activist in the LGBTQ community, Jim serves as Vice Chairman and national board member of “A Wider Bridge,” a national civil rights organization advocating for LGBTQ rights inside Israel and support for Israel among the community of nations. Jim also serves as Vice-Chairman of the SAVE Foundation, and Secretary for SAVE, Inc., collectively South Florida’s leading organizations dedicated to protecting LGBTQ against discrimination. Jim also serves on the Board of SAVE, South Florida’s leading organization dedicated to protecting LGBTQ against discrimination and has served on the board of the Outshine Film Festival. In addition, Jim has been recognized as a leading progressive advocate for Israel by AIPAC, lecturing and writing about the progressive case for support for the State of Israel.
Prior to his legal career, James served for approximately 10 years in the United States Navy aboard ballistic missile and fast-attack submarines as a communications and cryptographic specialist. He also is a Gulf War veteran.