Page and Burke to Present NCADA Webinar for Associates on Supporting Partners in Trial

Young Moore attorneys, Christopher A. Page and Matthew C. Burke, will present a webinar titled ‘From Sous Chef to Executive Chef: Supporting Partners in Trial’ on March 14, 2024, at 12:00 pm. The program is part of the North Carolina Association of Defense Attorneys’ (NCADA) monthly Practice Pointers Series, created to provide insight for young lawyers into practical and substantive defense and litigation topics.

During this session, Chris and Matt, drawing on their recent trial experience, will delve into the specific ways an associate can assist a partner before and during trial, essentially acting as a ‘sous chef’ to the partner’s ‘executive chef’ in the courtroom. The session aims to provide a comprehensive understanding of the role and responsibilities of associates, focusing on the pivotal support they can offer during trial proceedings to achieve favorable outcomes. The webinar is open to NCADA members only. Click here to register.

An experienced trial attorney, Chris focuses his practice on the representation of clients in the hospitality and retail industries, among others. He represents many national clients with all of their legal needs, including claims relating to business disputes, employment, trademark infringement, false advertising, premises accidents, and construction defects. After graduating summa cum laude from Duke University, Chris earned his law degree from the Yale Law School. He is a frequent speaker on a variety of litigation and business management topics.

Matt is an associate litigator and advises and represents clients in a variety of practice areas, including commercial disputes, business torts, employment claims, construction defects, insurance coverage, product liability, and various personal injury matters. Matt is a graduate of the University of North Carolina School of Law, with high honors, and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Prior to joining Young Moore, he clerked for Associate Justice Cheri Beasley on the Supreme Court of North Carolina and worked in the North Carolina Solicitor General’s Office.

About North Carolina Association of Defense Attorneys

The North Carolina Association of Defense Attorneys is a professional organization with over 800 members and serves as the resource for educational opportunities, networking, and information sharing for civil defense trial attorneys in the state. The NCADA is the sole organization in North Carolina exclusively devoted to meeting these needs.

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: Administrative Law; Appellate Practice; Business Law & Litigation; Condemnation & Eminent Domain; Construction Law; Education Law; Employment Law & Litigation; Estate Planning & Estate Litigation; Health Care; Insurance Law; Licensing Boards and Commissions; Medical Malpractice Defense; Nursing Home/Long Term Care Litigation; Product Liability; Professional Liability; Real Estate; Retail and Premises Liability; Tax-Exempt Organizations and Charitable Entities; Trucking and Transportation; and Workers’ Compensation.

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