Christopher Moberg’s practice is focused on defending employers and insurers in a variety of areas, including workers’ compensation, labor and employment, and contract defense. Mr. Moberg is experienced in handling disputes from initial investigation, through formal discovery, trial and appeal. He has successfully litigated more than fifty bench trials in the Circuit Court of Greene County, Missouri, and has defended hundreds of administrative worker’s compensation cases in southern Missouri and Arkansas.
Mr. Moberg graduated Summa Cum Laude with a B.A. in Earth Science from Central Missouri State University and was the recipient of the Distinguished Scholar Award. While an undergraduate, he co-authored an article, “Applications of Computerized Tomography Technology in the Analysis of Fossiliferous Siderite Concretions from the Fayetteville Shale, Southern Midcontinent” with one of his geology course professors, and co-presented the topic at the annual Geological Society of America symposium, at Harvard.
He obtained his Juris Doctorate from the University of Missouri – Kansas City School of Law and was the recipient of the John L. Sheridan Award for Most Outstanding Oralist. Mr. Moberg was involved in and an officer of both the Environmental Law Society, and the Health Law Society. During law school, and in line with his dual passions for law and medicine, he interned at the Environmental Protection Agency, and penned a thesis discussing the legal ethics implicated in the newly emerging fields of stem cell research, eugenics, and cloning.
Upon graduation in 2005, Mr. Moberg relocated to southwest Missouri to practice law. In 2008, just three years out of school, he was honored to orally argue an employment discrimination case before the United States Court of Appeals, 8th Circuit. He currently lives in the quiet, suburb community of Rogersville, Missouri, and enjoys spending time with his son, who is an expert on all things involving trains. Mr. Moberg is an avid bowler and saxophonist, and a voracious reader.