Matt Moscon is managing partner of Stoel Rives’ Salt Lake City office. He is past chair of the firm-wide Litigation practice group and of the Products Liability and Toxic Torts section in that group. Matt has a general litigation practice, though he has particular expertise in energy, regulatory and land use disputes. He practices before state and federal trial courts, appellate courts, and administrative agencies.
Matt has been involved in a broad array of energy-related matters. He has been lead counsel in general rate case proceedings in Idaho, Utah, and Wyoming; has tried certificate proceedings in Utah and Wyoming; has litigated deferred accounting and balancing account cases for utilities in Utah and Wyoming; and tried numerous environmental matters surrounding the need or prudence of environmental upgrades at power plants in both Utah and Wyoming.
Matt’s real estate-related litigation has included being lead litigation counsel to the developers of a $500 million hospital complex in Murray, Utah, and representing condemning authorities and landowners in numerous condemnation disputes, including highways, substations, power lines and other related issues.
- Utah State and American Bar Associations
- International Association of Defense Counsel
- Adjunct Professor of Energy Law, University of Utah College of Law