Anthony D. (Tony) Moore
Telephone: (303) 296-7300
Tony Moore is an experienced associate attorney who has focused on the defense of civil litigation matters since 2013. Early on in his legal career, Tony gained extensive trial experience as a prosecutor with the Colorado Springs City Attorney’s Office — where he eventually served as the supervisor of the Prosecution Division.
Before joining Childs McCune, Tony gained experience in all aspects of civil litigation in state and federal court at a small civil defense-oriented law firm in Colorado Springs; including written discovery, depositions, motions practice, alternative dispute resolution and trial. Tony obtained a defense verdict in favor of a corporate property owner at his first civil jury trial. He tried cases both to the bench and to juries before bringing his talents to Childs McCune. Tony’s accomplishments also include successful outcomes through effective motions practice, and appellate briefing before the Colorado Court of Appeals and the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Since joining Childs McCune, Tony has worked to achieve dismissal of claims against physicians and other medical providers in multiple lawsuits. He has also contributed to obtaining the dismissal of complaints against physicians in Medical Board matters.
Appellate Court cases include:
- Your Liquor, LLC v. City of Colorado Springs, 2010CA1121 (Colo. App.)
- Gasteazoro v. Catholic Health Initiatives Colo., et al, 2014 COA 134 (Colo. App. 2014).
- Aguilar v. Colorado State Penitentiary, and St. Thomas More Hospital, 16-1135 (10 th Cir. 2016).
- McKinney v. United States, Verizon, Inc., and Memorial Hospital, 17-1055 (10th Cir. 2018).
- Member, Colorado Bar Association
- Member, Colorado Defense Lawyers Association
- Member, El Paso County Bar Association
- Member, Ben S. Wendelken Inn of Court
- J.D., University of Colorado School of Law, 2003
- B.A., History and Philosophy, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, 2000
- State of Colorado, 2003
- U. S. District Court, District of Colorado, 2005
- Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals, 2016