Christopher Page Elected to Federation of Defense & Corporate Counsel
Young Moore and Henderson, P.A. is pleased to announce that litigation attorney Christopher A. Page has been elected to the Federation of Defense & Corporate Counsel (FDCC). A second Young Moore attorney, Joseph W. Williford, is also a member of FDCC.
The Federation of Defense & Corporate Counsel (FDCC) is an organization comprised of national and international coordinating counsel and trial counsel for national insurance carriers and Fortune 500 companies. Members are elected by the Board of Directors upon recommendation of an independent Admissions Committee that investigates the qualifications of each nominee using a rigorous vetting process. Its mission is to promote the knowledge, fellowship, and professionalism of its members as they pursue the course of a balanced justice system and represent those in need of a defense in civil lawsuits.
A shareholder at Young Moore, Chris is an experienced and successful trial lawyer, serving as lead trial counsel in numerous state and federal jury trials since he began his law career in 1992. Chris represents a broad array of commercial clients, but his practice centers primarily on complex business litigation, employment litigation, and trademark/ trade secret litigation. He also regularly represents clients in non-compete litigation. Throughout his career, he has served as lead trial counsel in numerous state and federal jury trials. He recently obtained a successful defense result for his client in a false advertising case with a claim in excess of $900 million. Chris is a graduate of Duke University and Yale Law School and is listed in North Carolina Super Lawyers® in the area of business litigation (2018, 2019).
Joe is also a shareholder at Young Moore and focuses his practice on medical malpractice defense and related practice areas. He has more than 35 years’ experience in medical malpractice, workers’ compensation and general casualty litigation.