Craddock Appointed to NCBA Appellate Rules Committee

Angela Farag Craddock was recently appointed to the Appellate Rules Committee of the North Carolina Bar Association. The committee’s goal is improving the quality of appellate practice in North Carolina. Its members are lawyers and judges from across the state who meet regularly to discuss appellate problems and possible solutions. As a member of the committee, Angela will work with committee members to examine the rules of appellate procedure and recommend revisions to the Board of Governors who will submit the changes for consideration by the N.C. Supreme Court.

Angela represents employers and insurance companies in all stages of litigation before the North Carolina Industrial Commission and North Carolina Appellate Courts. Her experience includes assisting clients with complex workers’ compensation matters, risk management policies, medical cost containment strategies, and in directing care toward evidence-based solutions. She also has a passion for appellate work which she has cultivated into a burgeoning appellate practice across several areas of civil, administrative, and regulatory practice. Angela is a recipient of the Westfield Golden Gavel Award in recognition of her outstanding achievement in appellate advocacy.

About Young Moore and Henderson, P.A.

Young Moore and Henderson, P.A. is a civil law firm in Raleigh, North Carolina representing clients in a variety of litigation and transactional matters. Firm attorneys have extensive experience in the following areas: litigation, administrative law, business law, insurance law and regulation,workers’ compensation, real estate, retail and hospitality, trucking & transportation, healthcare, and estates and trusts.

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