Randy Moonan has joined Newark-based Sills Cummis & Gross as its newest member of the firm, according to a Monday announcement. Moonan, who is resident in the firm’s New York City office, represents clients in complex high-stakes litigation, including commercial and securities litigation, and in sensitive regulatory and internal investigations involving allegations of improper revenue recognition, accounting fraud, public corruption and insider trading, among others.
Moonan has a diverse client base comprising global and national financial institutions, middle market companies, as well as entrepreneurs, corporate officers, boards of directors and their committees. He has successfully litigated in state and federal courts across the country, assisted companies and boards of directors in conducting internal investigations, and represented clients in enforcement proceedings by the Securities and Exchange Commission, Department of Justice and numerous state attorneys general.
Moonan recently joined the board of directors of New York Professional Advisors for Community Entrepreneurs, an organization that has connected thousands of underresourced entrepreneurs to pro-bono consultants, stimulating job creation and sustainable economic development in New York City. He also serves as the sub-committee chair of the American Bar Association’s Corporate Counsel Committee.
“We are pleased that Randy has chosen to join Sills Cummis,” Managing Partner Max Crane said. “Randy’s litigation specialty and his dedication to client success makes him a great addition to the firm.”
Moonan earned his J.D. from Cornell Law School, where he served as managing editor of the Cornell Journal of Law and Public Policy. He earned his B.A., magna cum laude, from the State University of New York at Albany.