Won final approval of a class action settlement shifting legacy retiree healthcare benefits from an automaker to an independent trust.
Audrey E. Moog
When automotive clients face class action litigation, they need a lawyer who knows the industry. Audrey Moog, a litigator based in Washington, D.C., represents and counsels automotive clients with confidence. She also has substantial experience representing and advising clients in conflicts arising from federal regulatory actions, particularly concerning health and life sciences, natural resources, and federal Indian Law and Indian Gaming issues.
In the automotive sector, Audrey regularly defends automakers in consumer class action and product liability litigation. Audrey understands a range of automotive components, from subframes to tire and wheel alignment, air bag and other safety systems, and brake systems to EPA-regulated fuel efficiency standards. She helps automakers use the class action process to address legacy retiree healthcare liabilities. Audrey also counsels automakers with respect to National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) compliance and related risk management.
For more than 15 years, Audrey has represented clients in disputes involving federal regulatory actions, including decisions issued by the Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Bureau of Land Management, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, and Food and Drug Administration, among others.
Managed the litigation and settlement of a collection of related state class actions and a federal multi-district litigation against an automaker.
Won preliminary and permanent injunctive relief setting aside a federal rule allowing visitors to carry concealed loaded weapons in federal parks.
Won a dormant commerce clause challenge against a state regulator for a commercial real estate brokerage.
Won an APA challenge against the National Indian Gaming Commission to stop a proposed off-reservation Indian casino.
Won a trial verdict in a Fifth Amendment takings claim against the United States for an aviation client.
Won dismissal and argued the appeal sustaining a complete defense victory for a school district in a student's multimillion dollar lawsuit.