Renee Segina Moore
Drawing on her background as a Certified Public Accountant, Renee leverages her audit and accounting experience to provide clients with the unique perspective of an attorney who not only understands the legal side of disputes, but also any financial implications critical to achieving client objectives. She combines these distinct approaches along with a high level of communication and collaboration to ensure efficient resolution of conflicts and to achieve innovative results for clients.
Renee represents businesses and individuals in litigation, negotiation, and mediation. She has experience preparing demand letters, legal pleadings, settlement agreements, appeals and Qualified Domestic Relations Orders in the courts and administrative tribunals. Renee also has experience representing clients in discrimination, harassment, and whistleblower retaliation cases, as well as matters involving the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Americans with Disabilities Act, and USERRA.
While in law school, Renee was an intern at the New York State Office of the Attorney General where she drafted a wide range of legal documents and conducted research on a variety of issues, including eminent domain, constitutional claims, involuntary commitments, criminal sentencing guidelines, Second Amendment cases, and Court of Claims procedures.
Prior to joining Underberg & Kessler, Renee gained experience in real estate transactions, labor and employment law, and domestic relations law at Morgenstern DeVosick PLLC and Tully Rinckey PLLC.
PROFESSIONAL & COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT
Renee is a member of the New York State Bar Association and the Monroe County Bar Association, where she serves on the Membership Committee. Renee also serves as Treasurer on the Rochester City Ballet Board of Directors and is a former member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA),