Young Moore and Henderson welcomes JT Mlinarcik
Young Moore and Henderson is pleased to announce that JT Mlinarcik has joined the firm as an associate. JT is a 2006 graduate of the Regent University School of law; he will practice on our Medical Malpractice Defense, Professional Liability and Insurance Defense teams.
Rutala speaks on “Legal Aspects of Infection Control” at recent SPICE program
Donna Renfrow Rutala spoke at the Statewide Program for Infection Control and Epidemiology (SPICE) on April 25, 2013. The conference drew attendees from across North Carolina and the southeastern United States; Donna’s program was titled “Legal Aspects of Infection Control.”
Williford speaks at North Carolina ASHRM conference
Joseph W. Williford spoke at the North Carolina American Society for Healthcare Risk Management (ASHRM) conference in May. Joe presented “Get Informed on Informed Consent” covering the history and future of informed consent as well as the informed consent process and who may provide such consent.
Young Moore and Henderson participates in Sport-A-Shirt, Share-A-Night
Young Moore and Henderson attorneys and staff participated in the 2013 Sport-A-Shirt, Share-A-Night fundraiser benefiting the Ronald McDonald House of Chapel Hill. Participants gave ten dollars to “sport” a t-shirt and “share” a night of comfort and support with a family whose seriously ill child is receiving medical treatment. Toni-Ann Herwig serves on the Board of Directors of the Ronald McDonald House of Chapel Hill and coordinates firm participation annually.
Brown co-plans seminar
Stephen A. Brown recently co-planned the “Transfer Taxation, Transfer Tax Audits & Estate Administration” seminar held at the North Carolina Bar Center in Cary, North Carolina. Presenters discussed modifying irrevocable trusts, gifting techniques, estate and gift tax audits, international planning issues, qualified plan beneficiary designations, and the selection of an appropriate trustee.
Young Moore and Henderson attorneys in The Best Lawyers in America® 2013
Young Moore and Henderson is pleased to announce that the following attorneys were selected by their peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America® 2013 (Copyright 2012 by Woodward/White, Inc., of Aiken, SC). Civil Litigation Defense: David M. Duke; Employment & Labor: William M. Trott; Insurance Coverage: Walter E. Brock, Jr.; Personal Injury Defense- Medical Malpractice: Robert M. Clay, William P. Daniell, Glenn C. Raynor, Donna Renfrow Rutala, and Joseph W. Williford.
Rutala speaker at “Medicine and Law” seminar for physicians
Donna Renfrow Rutala was recently a faculty member for the 2013 Wake Forest School of Medicine “Medicine and Law” course. Rutala presented “Trends in Medical Malpractice Litigation: Past, Present & Future,” “Basic Principles of Litigation for Health Care Providers,” “The Defendant’s Deposition” and “Anatomy & Physiology of a Lawsuit: Understanding the Physician’s Role in Cases of Alleged Medical Negligence and Discussion of Risk Management and Loss Prevention Strategies.” The course was sponsored by the Wake Forest School of Medicine and the Northwest Area Health Education Center.
Raynor presents on pre-trial management and discovery techniques in the litigation of bad faith claims in North Carolina/South Carolina Bad Faith Insurance Law Seminar
Glenn C. Raynor recently presented “Pre-Trial Considerations and Discovery In The Bad Faith Case From The Perspective Of The Insurer” at the North Carolina Bar Association “Why Do We Call It ‘Bad Faith’” seminar. Glenn spoke on a host of topics including issues associated with litigation in federal court, the importance of protecting confidential and proprietary information in the discovery process, and management of the Rule 30(b(6) deposition of the insurer client, at this advanced insurance law seminar in Charlotte.
Brock presents on primary and excess carrier bad faith claims in North Carolina/South Carolina Bad Faith Insurance Law Seminar
Walter E. Brock, Jr. recently presented “Excess/Umbrella Insurance Bad Faith Claims and Avoidance” at the North Carolina Bar Association “Why Do We Call It ‘Bad Faith’” seminar. Walter spoke on the primary-excess insurer relationship, the duties between primary and excess/umbrella insurers, remedies and defenses, and tips on bad faith avoidance at this advanced insurance law seminar in Charlotte.
Gray, Aul and Griffin present course on the National Flood Insurance Program and Ethics
Matthew J. Gray, Patrick M. Aul and Paul J. Griffin recently conducted a seminar on the National Flood Insurance Program and an Ethics Course to a group of over sixty insurance claims representatives. The North Carolina Department of Insurance approved the seminar to satisfy the requirement that all licensed adjusters complete three hours of continuing education on flood insurance and the National Flood Insurance Program. The Department also approved the Ethics Course to satisfy the requirement that all licensed adjusters complete a three hour ethics course that deals with the usage and customs among members of the insurance profession involving their moral and professional duties.
Paschal serves as panelist and moderator of Superstorm Sandy tele-seminar
Robert C. Paschal recently served as a panelist and moderator of an ALFA sponsored tele-seminar for insurers dealing with a multitude of complex issues in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy. Robert, along with two other attorneys, shared extensive experience and insight on how property insurers can respond to these issues. Robert has served as general counsel to North Carolina’s wind pools, which are markets of last resort for property insurance. He has extensive experience with reinsurance coverage for these wind pools and lobbies on P&C issues before the North Carolina General Assembly.
Wells presents on the Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act
Mary Boyce Wells recently presented “EMTALA- What Every Provider Needs to Know” to Emergency Department physicians and employees at Rex Hospital. Mary covered the requirements that hospitals and healthcare providers must follow to ensure compliance with the Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act (EMTALA) as well as the potential penalties for non-compliance.