Waterford Stable is the stable name for Thomas Moore and Judy Livingston. Mr. Moore
was born May 2, 1942 in Waterford, Ireland. He left for America in 1959. Ms. Livingston grew up on Long Island, N.Y. The husband and wife team, both attorneys, married in 1981 and have three grown children. Moore and Livingston are partners and personal injury and medical malpractice litigators with Kramer, Dillof, Livingston and Moore in New York. He tried the medical malpractice case that led to restrictions on hours medical residents can work, known as "Libby's Law" and tried the case that holds the record for the largest jury award upheld on appeal in New York State. Livingston was the youngest and first female attorney elected to the Inner Circle of Advocates, an elite group of the top 100 trial attorneys in the country and was among National Law Journal's top 50 Women Litigators and cited by New York Magazine as one of the best lawyers in New York. The couple have been involved in racing in the U.S. since the late 1990s, but mainly as a hobby and distraction from their work.