Moses Merakov is a native Seattleite and graduate of the University of Washington School of Law (UW Law). Moses is known to solve his clients’ problems with confident passion, relentless efficiency, and utmost care. He joined the Admon Law Firm because he strongly believes in the firm’s mission to not just provide powerful advocacy, but a real, human connection as well.
Moses’ skillset is expertly tailored to serve the diverse needs of his clients. In practice, Moses worked as a general counsel extern for Seattle Symphony, where he assisted in composing intricate contracts, and as a Rule 9 associate at a local litigation firm, where he was at heart of resolving complex disputes. In law school, Moses received a concentration in intellectual property law, wrote as an editor for the Washington Journal of Law, Technology, and the Arts, and served as president for the Entertainment Law Association and Jewish Law Students Association.
Prior to becoming an attorney, Moses graduated magna cum laude from the University of Washington Bothell: majoring in Law, Economics, and Public Policy and minoring in Human Rights. He also worked for several years as a Writing Consultant with the school’s Writing and Communication Center. Moses would go on to help construct the then-new International Business Compliance class at UW Law, researching the connection between social responsibility and ethics within corporate compliance programs, before even entering the school as a law student.
Moses is fluent in Russian.
CALI Award in Comparative Commercial Law
Highest Grade Legal Research & Writing 1 & 2
Best Appellate Brief AwardBest Oralist Award in Appellate Arguments
Joseph M. Livermore Service Award for the 2014-2015 Academic Year
Washington State Managing Real Estate Broker
Publication Editor - Washington Journal of Law, Technology, and the Arts (2020-2022)
Jaspal v. David Stepania, Thirstysprout LLC, and Yo Sup Moon
Complex Partnership and Trade Secret Litigation
Defendants unilaterally kicked out Plaintiff from a start-up partnership, stole Plaintiff and the partnership's ideas and trade secrets, and tried to monetize them for their personal gain. Moses helped Plaintiff secure a Temporary Restraining Order on a partnership trade secret, and subsequently, a Preliminary Injunction on partnership assets and restricting Defendants from raising investment on Plaintiff's and the partnership's ideas.