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Young Moore Recognized Among U.S. News and Best Lawyers® “Best Law Firms” List

The U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers® have recognized Young Moore and Henderson, P.A. among the “Best Law Firms” for 2019 in the Raleigh Metropolitan area. The firm received a Tier 1 ranking in the following… Read More

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Young Moore Welcomes Kandace Watkins

Kandace L. Watkins has joined Young Moore as member of the firm’s worker’s compensation and employment teams. She will represent employers and insurers throughout all stages of litigation. After graduating from UNC School of Law… Read More

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Fifteen Young Moore Attorneys Recognized In The Best Lawyers in America© 2019

Young Moore and Henderson, P.A. is pleased to announce that 15 lawyers have been named to The Best Lawyers in America© for 2019, the oldest and most respected peer review publication in the legal profession. Administrative… Read More

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Fourteen Young Moore Attorneys Recognized In North Carolina Super Lawyers® 2018

Young Moore and Henderson, P.A. is pleased to announce that fourteen firm attorneys have been named in the 2018 edition of North Carolina Super Lawyers®. Recognized attorneys include: Walter E. Brock, Jr. – Insurance Coverage David… Read More

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Treble Damages Upheld: Insurance Company’s Issuance of Settlement Check to Pro Se Claimant Violates Lien Statute and Constitutes Unfair and Deceptive Trade Practice Per North Carolina Court of Appeals

(Co-written by Molly M. Martinson) On August 1, 2017, the North Carolina Court of Appeals issued a ruling in Nash Hospitals, Inc. v. State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Co., holding that an insurance company may… Read More

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Do I Have Any Rights Against My Spouse’s Estate When My Spouse Devises All Or A Portion Of Their Assets, Whether By Will Or Otherwise, To Someone Other Than Me At Their Death?

North Carolina law provides certain statutory protections to the surviving spouse of a decedent. Unless waived in a written agreement as provided by statute, a surviving spouse has the right to a Year’s Allowance (currently… Read More

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Can I Challenge a Will or Trust if I Believe the Document was Changed at a Time My Loved One Did Not Have the Capacity and/or the Ability to Resist the Influence of Others to Change the Will or Trust?

A beneficiary named under a decedent’s will or a beneficiary under the laws of intestate succession may have the ability to challenge a subsequent will or codicil (i.e., will amendment) executed by the decedent if… Read More

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Thirteen Young Moore Attorneys Recognized In North Carolina Super Lawyers® 2017

Young Moore and Henderson, P.A. is pleased to announce that thirteen firm attorneys have been selected for inclusion in the North Carolina Super Lawyers® 2017 publication. They include: Administrative Law: Reed N. Fountain Civil Litigation… Read More

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Young Moore Attorneys Named In North Carolina Super Lawyers® For 2016

The firm is pleased to announce that fifteen of our attorneys were selected for inclusion in the North Carolina Super Lawyers® 2016 publication. Administrative Law: John N. (Nick) Fountain Reed N. Fountain Civil Litigation Defense:… Read More

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Bolen Moderates Panel Discussion

Zachary C. Bolen served as moderator of a panel discussion on social media evidence at the 2015 ALFA International Workers’ Compensation Practice Group Seminar. The “Social Media Revolution” presentation included a look at the current… Read More

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Raynor Participates In Panel Discussion

Dawn Dillon Raynor participated in a panel discussion at the 2015 ALFA International Workers’ Compensation Practice Group Seminar. “Workers’ Compensation Tools: Pre-Employment Investigation, Fitness For Duty and Return To Work Testing,” discussed three important tools… Read More

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Young Moore and Henderson Attorneys Recognized in The Best Lawyers in America© 2016

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® 2016. Administrative / Regulatory Law John N. (Nick) Fountain Reed… Read More

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Linder Wins at Court of Appeals

Jeffrey T. Linder recently prevailed at the North Carolina Court of Appeals in favor of his client, a North American corporation, on the issue of whether a healthcare provider’s testimony was insufficiently reliable to qualify as… Read More

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Young Moore and Henderson Attorneys in North Carolina Super Lawyers® for 2015

The firm is pleased to announce that sixteen of our attorneys were selected for inclusion in the North Carolina Super Lawyers® 2015 publication. Administrative Law: John N. (Nick) Fountain, Reed N. Fountain; Civil Litigation- Defense;… Read More

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Young Moore and Henderson Attorneys in The Best Lawyers in America© 2015

Young Moore and Henderson is pleased to announce that John N. (Nick) Fountain was named The Best Lawyers in America® 2015 Raleigh Administrative / Regulatory Law “Lawyer of the Year.” Additionally, the following attorneys were… Read More

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Raynor Elected Chairman of Sharefish

Glenn C. Raynor was recently elected to serve as Chairman of the Board for the charitable organization Sharefish. Founded in 2009, Sharefish operates within impoverished communities in southern Honduras enhancing educational opportunities for children who… Read More

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Young Moore and Henderson Attorneys in North Carolina Super Lawyers® for 2014

The firm is pleased to announce that eleven of our attorneys were selected for inclusion in the North Carolina Super Lawyers® 2014 publication. Administrative Law: John N. (Nick) Fountain, Reed N. Fountain; Civil Litigation- Defense:… Read More

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Juror Dedication

As trial attorneys, we believe in the inherent fairness of the court process. We also believe that truth and justice will prevail. Why? Of all the valid reasons – competent and experienced judges, attorneys who… Read More