Preston Moore is a former partner of Morrison & Foerster, where as a trial lawyer he handled complex commercial litigation focusing on the law of competition and monopoly: antitrust, trade regulation, regulated industries (e.g., telecommunications and energy), intellectual property (litigation concerning patents, copyrights, and trademarks), and International Trade Commission proceedings. In 1990, he became head of the firm’s international litigation and dispute resolution practice. He founded the litigation and negotiation group in the firm’s Tokyo office, which quickly became the largest American law firm presence in Japan. Over the course of his career, he represented clients ranging from large multinational enterprises to highly specialized leading edge technology companies.His practice also included representing leading clients in the field of higher education, such as the California Institute of Technology and Washington University, St. Louis. Mr. Moore received his law degree from the University of Chicago Law School, where he served as Topics and Comment Editor of the University of Chicago Law Review and graduated near the top of his class. He served as a law clerk on the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit.