We are closely monitoring the developments surrounding the COVID-19 outbreak and want to reassure you that Young Moore will continue to be available to serve your legal needs. In an effort to protect the health and safety of our clients, employees, and community at large, we have implemented a reduced in-office presence but remain fully operational. Our remote technology enables our attorneys and staff to be responsive to your legal needs regardless of their work location. Thank you for trusting us to continue to serve you and your legal needs. We will keep you informed via our website of any changes as they occur. If you have any concerns, please contact your attorney or call our main number at (919) 782-6860.
Click here to access the on demand webcast of the North Carolina Bar Association’s 2020 Administrative Law and Government & Public Sector Sections Joint Annual Meeting. Young Moore attorney Reed N. Fountain co-presented the continuing education session entitled Shedding Light: Legislative and Regulatory Reform with Paige C. Worsham of the North Carolina Association of County Commissioners. The presentation highlighted recent and pending legislative items of interest to attorneys practicing in the administrative and government law areas with a particular focus upon the impacts of COVID-19 upon emerging legislation.
Advance directives are documents that express an individual’s health care wishes. ACTEC Fellows Daniel G. Fish and Tara Anne Pleat define and discuss end-of-life advance medical directives including a Living Will, Healthcare Proxy, medical orders (MOLST & POLST), and Do Not Resuscitate (DNR) orders.
What legal documents should we have in place to prepare for an emergency, such as the Coronavirus pandemic? Learn more about a Durable Power of Attorney (aka Financial Power of Attorney) and Advanced Healthcare Directives – Healthcare Proxy, Living Will – from ACTEC Fellow Bernard A. Krooks, an Elder Law expert.
COVID-19 has accelerated the widespread use of telemedicine by providers and has become an accepted way of accessing medical care by patients. Is your use of telemedicine in compliance with NC and Federal regulations? Will it be after the state-of-emergency ends? Do you know the legal risks associated with telemedicine and how you can reduce those risks? Those issues and many more surrounding the use of telemedicine and best practices will be discussed in this webinar by Health Care attorney Elizabeth McCullough.
Do you have questions about the practical implementation and use of telemedicine with patients? Family Medicine Physician Dr. Netra Thakur with Alliance Medicine Medical Ministry will answer those questions and offer insight into her telemedicine-based practice.
Join us for an interactive discussion and presentation on these issues. For more information, visit www.youngmoorelaw.com or contact Lori Corlis at Lori.Corlis@youngmoorelaw.com or (919) 861-5117.
The Families First Coronavirus Response Act created mandatory federal paid sick leave for employees unable to work due to the virus. Employment attorney, Jefferson Whisenant, will discuss basic information employers need to consider during this pandemic. Health Care attorney, Elizabeth McCullough, will provide an overview on liability protection for health care providers and services amidst COVID-19.
For more information, visit www.youngmoorelaw.com or contact Lori Corlis at Lori.Corlis@youngmoorelaw.com or (919) 861-5117.
The Families First Coronavirus Response Act created mandatory federal paid sick leave for employees unable to work due to the virus. This presentation will discuss basic information employers need to consider during this pandemic. Click here to learn more
Young Moore attorneys regularly represent health care providers in a variety of legal matters. We are closely monitoring new developments related to the COVID-19 outbreak. If you have any questions or need assistance, please contact a member or our Health Care team.
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