Dunn to Present at DRI’s Annual Meeting Showcase Theater

Christy C. Dunn, attorney at Young Moore, will be presenting at DRI’s Annual Meeting Showcase Theater in Philadelphia, PA on October 28, 2022 on the topic Healthcare Heroes Wield Their Shields: Will COVID Immunity Defenses Hold Up in Court to Protect Healthcare Providers on the Front Lines of Covid? The presentation will identify state and federal immunity provisions available to healthcare providers, take the pulse of how defendants are faring in federal and state courts as they raise these immunity defenses in litigation, and explore litigation strategies defendants can use to fortify their immunity shields.

Christy represents insurance companies in bad faith and coverage litigation and advises them on coverage matters. Christy also represents employers, electric membership corporations, and long-term care facilities in civil litigation and employment law matters. She is a magna cum laude graduate of Campbell Law School and holds a B.S. in Business Administration from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. While attending law school, Christy interned in the Office of the Solicitor General of North Carolina and for The Honorable J. Douglas McCullough at the North Carolina Court of Appeals. Before joining Young Moore, she clerked for The Honorable Allegra Collins at the North Carolina Court of Appeals. She is active in several organizations in the community. Read more

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