deRosset Named Chair of ALFA International Construction Practice Group

Young Moore attorney, Robert “Bob” C. deRosset, has been named Chair of ALFA International’s Construction Practice Group. The practice group is comprised of construction lawyers from ALFA member firms across the United States and around the globe. Its experienced team of lawyers provides effective and coordinated guidance to a wide range of clients including owners, developers, contractors, designers, product suppliers, insurers, and sureties.

Bob is a shareholder at Young Moore, ALFA’s only North Carolina member firm, where he focuses his practice primarily in the fields of construction, business, and product liability law. He is licensed to practice in both North and South Carolina and certified to conduct mediations in North Carolina. Also certified in collaborative law, Bob is part of the effort in North Carolina to expand this form of law into construction and business law.

About ALFA International

ALFA International is a global network of independent law firms. It is comprised of 150 outstanding member firms, 80 in the United States, and 70 across Canada, Mexico, Latin America, Europe, Asia, Australia, and Africa. ALFAI’s mission is to provide clients with high-quality, cost-efficient legal services worldwide. The ALFAI model enables its members to use local expertise to deliver highly effective legal solutions, while drawing upon the collective wisdom and experience of other member firms when necessary. Member firms meet high standards to be part of the ALFAI network and are well respected by their peers in the legal and business community.

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