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Seminar: Important Legal Issues Facing Medical Care Providers

Young Moore will host a complimentary dinner and seminar on Important Legal Issues Facing Medical Care Providers on September 28, 2016. We are excited to welcome guest speaker Jason Newton, Senior Vice President and Associate General Counsel of Medical Mutual Insurance Company of North Carolina. Jason oversees the risk management, healthcare compliance and claims departments at offices in Raleigh, NC as well as in Philadelphia and Harrisburg, PA. He is a Fellow in the Litigation Counsel of America and a recipient of the Presidential Award from the North Carolina Medical Society. Jason is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Wake Forest University School of Law.

AGENDA

Welcome/Opening Remarks
Elizabeth P. McCullough, Attorney, Young Moore

The Effect of Tort Reform on Medical Malpractice Litigation in North Carolina
Jason Newton, Senior Vice President and Associate General Counsel, Medical Mutual Insurance Company of North Carolina

Basics of the Affordable Care Act’s History and Employer Mandate
Matthew J. Gray, Attorney, Young Moore

Winning Strategies: Making the Most of Charitable Giving and Achieving Your Goals
Rudy L. Ogburn, Attorney, Young Moore

WHEN
Wednesday September 28, 2016
5:30 pm – 7:30 pm

WHERE
Young Moore and Henderson, P.A.
3101 Glenwood Avenue, Suite 200
Raleigh, NC 27612

TO REGISTER
For more information or to register for this event, please click here or contact Lori Corlis at lcorlis@youngmoorelaw.com or (919) 782-6860.

 

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