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Jeremy A. Moseley


P. 303.244.1847 | F. 303.244.1879


Jeremy Moseley has significant experience managing mass and class action defenses nationwide. He has also won multiple complex commercial trials. Jeremy's experience includes such highly regulated industries as insurance, healthcare, medical devices, telecommunications, and oil and gas.

Jeremy serves as national strategy and defense counsel to GE Healthcare in the resolution of more than 750 personal injury and wrongful death claims involving one of its healthcare products. In this role, Jeremy has directly participated in more than 85 successful settlement negotiations. He also represents insurance giant USAA as national counsel for its medical payments or PIP coverage cases involving claims of bad faith nationwide, including handling class actions in multiple states. Prior to joining those client teams, Jeremy handled the defense of over 250 pediatric dental claims.

Jeremy is very knowledgeable of industries including medical devices and pharmaceuticals, insurance, extended care, professional services, and consumer products. He excels when the stakes are high and when the nature or volume of litigation creates complex challenges for which ready-made solutions may not exist. Jeremy's experience evaluating, prioritizing, and defending such matters helps clients strategize and make decisions at every stage of litigation. 

Prior to joining WTO, Jeremy helped mediate approximately 200 settlement conferences as Senior Judicial Clerk to Magistrate Judge Michael E. Hegarty.


Class Actions

Mass Torts


Commercial Litigation

Other Representative Experience

  • Successfully appealed a family law matter of first impression in Kansas state court for a pro bono client.

Publications & Speaking Engagements

  • "Defending Against Reptile Theory in Depositions," presented to in-house counsel and adjusters at USAA (September 12, 2018).
  • "The Fourth Amendment and Remote Searches: Balancing the Protection of 'The People' With the Remote Investigation of Internet Crimes," Notes, 19 Notre Dame J.L. Ethics & Pub. Pol'y 358 (2005).
  • "Company Stocks can be an Improper Investment for Employee Investment Programs," Kansas Employment Law Letter, Vol. 11, No. 5 (August 2004).

Other Experience

Foulston Siefkin LLP

Legal Memberships, Activities, and Honors

Benchmark Litigation
40 & Under National Star, 2019
Colorado Rising Stars
    Insurance Coverage, 2018-2020
    Class Action, 2016-2017
    Business Litigation, 2014-2015
    Personal Injury Defense: Products, 2012-2013
The Best Lawyers in America
    Insurance Litigation, 2018-2021
Defense Research Institute
Claims & Litigation Management Alliance, Insurance Fraud Committee
Colorado Bar Association, Board of Governors, 2014 - present
Colorado Bar Foundation, Fellow
Colorado Judicial Institute
Colorado Bar Association
Denver Bar Association

Community Memberships, Activities, and Honors

Board of Directors, Open Door Ministries

Personal Interests

Piano composition and arrangement, skiing, and hiking