David Moon

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David Moon is an Associate Attorney with the Smithey Law Group where he represents employees and management in employment and labor disputes. He is experienced representing clients through all aspects of litigation, as well as helping mitigate risk through HR compliance and transactional matters. 

David focuses his practice on employment-related matters, including workplace discrimination and harassment, wage disputes, restrictive covenant litigation, internal investigations, and separation issues. He strives to aggressively represent his clients in a cost-efficient manner, whether obtaining early resolution or, when a compromise cannot be reached, accomplishing his client’s goals through trial. 

Prior to joining the Smithey Law Group, David worked with a large law firm in Washington, D.C., and, before then, led the litigation practice group for an employment-focused law firm in Fairfax, Virginia. 

Practice Areas, Bar Admissions, and Education

Practice Areas

  • Employment Law

Bar Admissions

  • Maryland (2015)
  • Virginia (2016)
  • District of Columbia (2017)
  • United States District Courts for the Eastern District of Virginia, District of Maryland, and District of the District of Columbia

Education and Background

David graduated magna cum laude from the George Mason University School of Law in Arlington, Virginia where he served on, and was published by, the George Mason Law Review. During law school, David volunteered with a clinic to provide free legal services to active servicemembers and veterans in criminal, domestic, and civil matters. Prior to earning his law degree, David graduated magna cum laude from Florida Atlantic University where he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in history.

David was born in the United Kingdom and has lived in the D.C. Metro Area for 15 years where he currently calls Annapolis home. When he’s not representing his clients, David enjoys playing tennis (poorly) and attempting to keep up with his dog on walks along the Chesapeake Bay.