Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resource Center

Young Moore Operations Update

To our clients and friends, 

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.

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Contacts by Matter Type: 

Employment Law including Families First Response Act, Emergency Paid Sick Leave, FMLA, Workers’ Compensation

Insurance Law, Employment Counseling and Litigation, Long-Term Care Claims

Health Care Law, Medical Risk Management, Electronic Health Records, HIPAA Compliance, Medical Malpractice Defense

Business Law (including CARES Act), Wealth Transfer Planning, Estate Litigation




March 27, 2020
12:30 pm – 1:30 pm EDT

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


Electronic mail or other oral or written communication to Young Moore and Henderson P.A. in connection with a matter for which we do not already represent you may not be treated as privileged or confidential. Communications are not privileged until the client and lawyer have agreed on legal representation. Please do not send confidential information to us via e-mail or in any other manner without first communicating directly with us about the attorney-client relationship. The transmission of an e-mail request for information does not create an attorney-client relationship. Your initial email should only contain a list of the parties interested in the matter so that we can make sure we have no conflicts before you convey any information about your case.

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