Practicing at Taylor English allows me to provide real working experience and problem solving to clients who are looking for answers, not just legal advice, that directly grows and improves their business.

Christina Moore has experience in transactions involving securitization and warehousing of vacation ownership receivables, accounts receivable sale and hypothecation, real estate and related-asset secured loans and other complex credit facility transactions. Additionally, Ms. Moore has been involved in the structuring and regulatory compliance of resort and leisure developments such as condominium, hotel, timeshare, fractional development, condo-hotel, vacation clubs and destination clubs. She also assists clients in state and federal regulatory compliance with marketing and telemarketing laws, including sweepstakes; prize and gift promotions; do-not-call and various other Federal Communications Commission and Federal Trade Commission; state statutes and regulations; and she represents clients in marketing trade practice cases. Her depth of experience allows her to comfortably and knowledgably work all aspects of a transaction and offer a full range of services to clients needing answers in just a single phone call. She also recognizes the need to balance the legal framework of regulations and in transactions with the business goals of growth and development.

Ms. Moore’s practice also includes registration, maintenance and enforcement of state and federal trademarks and negotiation and preparation of co-existence and licensing agreements.

Ms. Moore graduated cum laude from Loyola University of Chicago and was a member of the Loyola Women’s Division I soccer team. She received her law degree from Loyola University Chicago School of Law and is admitted to practice in Illinois and Georgia.


American Bar Association

State Bar of Georgia, Real Property Law and Taxation Sections

Practice Highlights



Loyola University Chicago School of Law, JD, 2005

Loyola University of Chicago, BA, cum laude, 2001

Bar Admissions



Courts & Adjudicative Bodies

Supreme Court of Illinois