Moshe (“Jeff”) Admon is a trial lawyer licensed in Washington, Texas, and Arizona (inactive). He has extensive trial and courtroom experience in Civil Litigation, Personal Injury, Business Litigation, Defamation, Securities Litigation, Trade Secret disputes, and Multi-State/International Disputes. Jeff provides thoughtful, emotionally intelligent, and zealous representation. As a testament to Jeff’s skill, nearly all of his clients are referrals from other attorneys and clients.
Jeff’s unique combination of in-depth legal knowledge, trial experience, business experience, technical aptitude, work ethic, and street smarts makes him an immensely effective counselor and advocate. Jeff’s high-profile advocacy has been featured in multiple national and local news outlets, including Fox News, The Washington Times, The Intercept, Law360, Reasons Magazine, Seattle’s King 5 News, Seattle’s KIRO 7 News, and other news outlets.
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.
Derek Bambauer is of counsel at the Admon Law Firm and a law professor at the University of Arizona. Bambauer is an internationally-recognized expert on Internet law and intellectual property. At the University of Arizona, he is the co-founder of the IP & Entrepreneurship Clinic, which assists start-up firms, creators, and inventors with free legal counsel. He is a co-recipient of a National Science Foundation grant to study the use of artificial intelligence to analyze contracts. Bambauer has published his research in dozens of articles in peer-reviewed journals, law reviews, and the mainstream press.
Seoyoung (“Ashley”) Kwon is a licensed Washington Certified Public Accountant and currently a matriculated student at Seattle University of Law, set to graduate in 2023. Ashely is a Rule-9 Intern for the Admon Law Firm, and assists with many complex cases, given her background and experience as a CPA.
Ashley graduated from the University of Washington Foster School of Business in 2019 with a BA in accounting and has an extensive background in both federal and state/local tax. She also heads a 20-year-old family accounting firm with her father which gives her access to many resources unique to CPAs. Using her expertise in accounting and business experience, Ashley strives to provide detail-oriented and holistic representation to all clients she works with. Ashley is fluent in Korean.