Craddock Presents at NCBA Workers’ Compensation CLE

Young Moore attorney, Angela Farag Craddock, served as a presenter at the recent CLE Program planned by the Workers’ Compensation Section of the North Carolina Bar Association (NCBA). The day-long event titled The Basics of Workers’ Compensation was held on Friday, November 5, 2021 and recorded for On Demand access.

Angela co-presented the session on Appearing Before the NC Court of Appeals, which included guidance on properly preparing the record on appeal when appealing decisions from the North Carolina Industrial Commission. She also gave an update on recent amendments to the North Carolina Rules of Appellate Procedure impacting workers’ compensation appeals going into effect on January 1, 2022.

Angela is a shareholder at Young Moore and focuses her practice on helping businesses and institutional clients navigate state administrative litigation and appeals. She leads the firm’s Appellate Practice and is a member of the Workers’ Compensation and Insurance Regulation Practice groups. She also serves as Chair of Young Moore’s Diversity and Inclusion Committee and as Recruiting Chair.

Angela is also active in the NCBA serving in leadership roles including the Executive Board of the Appellate Practice Section as its current Treasurer and as a member of the Appellate Rules Committee. She is frequently called upon to prepare amicus curiae briefs for industry groups in important cases passing through our appellate courts.

Angela is a recipient of the Westfield Golden Gavel Award in recognition of her outstanding achievement in appellate advocacy. She is recognized in Business North Carolina Legal Elite for her appellate practice, Best Lawyers in America® for Workers’ Compensation Law and Insurance Law, and by North Carolina Super Lawyers.

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