Duke Elected President of SEABOTA

David M. Duke, Managing Partner of Young Moore and Henderson, P.A., was elected President of the Southeastern Chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates (SEABOTA) at the Chapter’s annual convention held recently in Charleston, South Carolina. Duke has over 30 years of trial and litigation experience trying cases throughout North Carolina state and federal courts. He focuses his practice on complex civil litigation, with special emphasis on the defense and representation of clients in trucking and transportation, product liability and business litigation. David leads the firm’s trucking and transportation practice group and is an active member of ALFA International and the American College of Transportation Attorneys.

About the American Board of Trial Advocates

Founded in 1958, ABOTA is an invitation-only national association of experienced trial lawyers and judges. ABOTA and its members are dedicated to the preservation and promotion of the civil jury trial right provided by the Seventh Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. ABOTA membership consists of more than 7,600 lawyers — equally balanced between plaintiff and defense — and judges in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. The Southeastern Chapter of ABOTA was formed in 2004 and includes members in the ten states of Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Arkansas, Tennessee, Kentucky, South Carolina, Western North Carolina, and Virginia.

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