Matt Gray to Speak at 2017 Southeastern Regulators Association (SERA) Conference

Young Moore attorney Matthew J. Gray will speak on Combating the Abuse of Assignment of Benefits at the upcoming 2017 Southeastern Regulators Association Conference later this month at the Renaissance in Asheville, NC. The three-day conference provides a forum for regulators and industry personnel to discuss mutual interests and concerns and to formulate possible solutions.

Matt represents insurers, long term care facilities, corporations, and individuals in all stages of litigation. His practice includes insurance coverage analysis and litigation, long term care negligence claims, business disputes, employment disputes, administrative law, construction disputes and premises liability. He also advises business owners in day-to-day legal matters, the organization of the business entity, control and management arrangements, and the purchase and sale of businesses.

About SERA

The Southeastern Regulators Association (SERA) is an organization comprised of 12 states, the Virgin Islands, and the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. This group initially met in 1963 in Atlanta, GA. By 1969, SERA members were meeting annually with each member state hosting the event by rotation.

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: insurance law and regulation, business law and litigation, employment law and litigation, workers’ compensation, health care law, trucking & transportation, real estate, retail and hospitality, estates and trusts, and administrative law.


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