Andrew G. T. Moore II is the Administrative Director in charge of the Wilmington office of the Gibbons law firm. Mr. Moore is a retired Justice of the Supreme Court of Delaware with extensive experience in the area of corporate litigation, which he practiced both before and after his appointment to the Supreme Court of the State of Delaware by Governor Pierre S. duPont IV in 1982.
In his 12 years as a Justice of the Delaware Supreme Court he wrote many of the landmark decisions in the field of corporate governance, including Revlon, Inc., et al. v. MacAndrews & Forbes Holdings Inc., Del. Supr., 506 A.2d 173 (1986), annotated at 66 ALR 4th 157; Unocal Corporation v. Mesa Petroleum Company, Del. Supr., 493 A.2d 946 (1985); Weinberger v. UOP, Inc., Del. Supr., 457 A.2d 701 (1983); Aronson v. Lewis, Del. Supr., 473 A.2d 805 (1984); Pogostin v. Rice, Del. Supr., 480 A.2d 619 (1984); Rosenblatt v. Getty Oil Co., Del. Supr., 493 A.2d 929 (1985); Rabkin et al. v. Philip A. Hunt Chemical Corp. et al., Del. Supr., 498 A.2d 1099 (l985); Mills Acquisition Co. v. Macmillan, Inc., Del. Supr., 559 A.2d 1261 (1989); Ivanhoe Partners v. Newmont Mining Corporation, Del. Supr., 535 A.2d 1334 (1987); and McDermott, Inc. v. Lewis, Del. Supr., 53l A.2d 206 (1987).
After his time on the court, Justice Moore served as senior managing director of and then Senior Advisor to the international investment banking firm of Dresdner, Kleinwort, Wasserstein, Inc., working in the areas of mergers and acquisitions, and advising special committees of boards of directors.
Justice Moore is also a former member of the boards of directors of America Lawyer Media Holdings, Inc., and its wholly owned subsidiary, America Lawyer Media, Inc., publisher of Corporate Control Alert, and numerous legal journals, including The American Lawyer and The National Law Journal.
Justice Moore presently serves as the Distinguished Professorial Lecturer at Stetson University College of Law, where he teaches a course in advanced corporation law. In May 2011, he received an honorary LLD degree from Stetson. In 2005, he served as Distinguished Jurist in Residence at Stetson University College of Law, teaching seminars in corporate governance and advanced corporation law. In 2004, he taught an advanced course in corporation law at Tulane University Law School.
He also has served as the Lehmann Distinguished Visiting Professor of Law at Washington University, teaching courses on legal ethics, principles of corporate governance, and corporate finance. In 1995 he served as the Mason Ladd Distinguished Visiting Professor of Law at the University of Iowa College of Law, and Distinguished Visiting Professor of Law at St. Louis University School of Law in 1995, 1996, and 1999, where he taught courses in corporate finance, corporate governance, and business associations. Previously, he served as an adjunct professor of law at the Georgetown University Law Center, University of Iowa College of Law, and Widener University School of Law, where he taught seminars on corporate governance.
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