Cary Powell Moseley graduated with a degree in English and Mathematics from the University of Virginia in 1988. While at The University, Mr. Moseley was an Echols Scholar and Washington Scholar and a brother and Vice President at Sigma Pi fraternity.
Mr. Moseley received his law degree from the Washington & Lee University School of Law in 1991. Mr. Moseley was a member of the National Moot Court Team at W&L, and was a Quarterfinalist at Oral Argument and Best Brief Runner-up in the Davis Moot Court Competition.
From 1991-1992, he was Judicial Law Clerk for the Honorable Norman K. Moon, then a judge on the Virginia Court of Appeals, now a Federal United States District Court judge.
From 1992 to 1994, Mr. Moseley was a litigation associate at James, McElroy & Diehl, P.A. in Charlotte, North Carolina. Mr. Moseley then became an associate and then a partner in the law firm of Davidson, Sakolosky & Moseley, P.C., from 1995 until 2005, having made partner in the firm in 1997.
Mr. Moseley was counsel for the plaintiff in the landmark lemon law case, Subaru of America, Inc. v. Debora Peters, 256 Va. 43 (1998), the first lemon law case decided by the Virginia Supreme Court.
Mr. Moseley has been recognized as an expert in consumer law and consumer rights litigation and has testified as an expert witness in the Virginia Circuit Courts on various legal issues as well as attorney fee issues. Mr. Moseley’s testimony has led a number of judges to award the plaintiff 100% of his or her litigation expenses.
Mr. Moseley has obtained numerous six-figure and seven-figure settlements and jury verdicts against car dealers and mobile home dealers and insurance companies in Virginia and North Carolina, and Mr. Moseley was counsel for the plaintiff in a number of cases where the jury or judge found the car dealer or mobile home dealer committed actual fraud.
Mr. Moseley is admitted to practice before the Supreme Court of the United States of America, the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals, and state and federal courts. Mr. Moseley is a member of the Virginia and North Carolina bars.
An active member of the community, Mr. Moseley was voted Big Brother of the Year in Central Virginia in 1997, by Big Brothers/ Big Sisters of Central Virginia.
He has served as a volunteer with Meals on Wheels, Special Olympics, Daily Bread (kitchen cleanup help and cook), and the Boonsboro Volunteer Fire & Rescue Squad.
Mr. Moseley has given generously of his time and money to numerous charitable organizations, including United Way, Salvation Army, CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates), Habitat for Humanity, Interfaith Outreach Program and their fundraisers.
On June 25, 2013, the Lynchburg City Council appointed Mr. Moseley to serve a 3-year term on the City Appeals Board.
On June 24, 2016, the Lynchburg City Council re-appointed Mr. Moseley to serve another 3-year term on the City Appeals Board.
In 2016, Mr. Moseley was asked to serve as an arbitrator in various class actions and other cases involving the lemon laws and Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act.
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