Walter Brock Elected a Fellow of the American College of Coverage Counsel

Young Moore and Henderson, P.A. is proud to announce that Walter E. Brock, Jr., shareholder of the firm, has been elected a Fellow of the American College of Coverage Counsel (ACCC), the preeminent association of attorneys who represent the interests of insurers and policyholders in disputes arising out of insurance contracts.

Walter focuses his practice on insurance law and civil litigation. He routinely litigates cases in the courts throughout North Carolina and is admitted to practice in the U.S. District Courts, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit, and the U.S. Supreme Court. He also appears before administrative agencies, including the North Carolina Department of Insurance. He authored the book chapter on professional liability insurance in the LexisNexis Practice Guide: North Carolina Insurance Litigation and assists professional liability insurers in drafting and updating their professional liability policies and endorsements.

Walter is a Past President of the Wake County and Tenth Judicial District Bars and has served as a hearing officer on the North Carolina State Bar Disciplinary Hearing Commission. He is a current State Bar Councilor representing the Tenth Judicial District on the Grievance Committee and the Authorized Practice of Law Committee. He is a member of the Eastern North Carolina Chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates and is recognized in The Best Lawyers in America© in the area of Insurance Law (2007, 2009, 2012, 2014-2021) and in North Carolina Super Lawyers® in the area of Insurance Coverage (2006-2020).

About ACCC

The ACCC, established in 2012, is an invitation-only organization of senior lawyers who have devoted most of their practice to insurance disputes for 15 years or more. The ACCC’s Fellows include many of the most prominent members of the insurance law bars of the United States and Canada, as well as Honorary Fellows from academia and the judiciary.

The ACCC focuses on educating all sectors involved in the field of insurance law – including the judiciary, legal and insurance professionals, law students and businesses – on cutting edge, emerging, and critical issues such as developing trends in insurance law and bad faith, trial practice and alternative dispute resolution, policy formation and claims handling.

The ACCC’s mission is to advance the creative, ethical and efficient resolution of insurance coverage and extracontractual disputes; to enhance the civility and quality of the practice of insurance law; to provide peer-reviewed scholarship; and to improve the relationships among the members of our profession.

The ACCC is delighted to welcome Walter Brock as the latest member to become actively involved in its work,” said Michael Aylward, president of ACCC.

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 LawAppellate PracticeBusiness Law & LitigationConstruction LawEducation LawEmployment Law & LitigationEstate Planning & Estate Litigation; Health CareInsurance LawLicensing Boards and CommissionsMedical Malpractice DefenseNursing Home/Long Term Care LitigationProduct LiabilityProfessional LiabilityReal EstateRetail and Premises LiabilityTax-Exempt Organizations and Charitable EntitiesTrucking and Transportation; and Workers’ Compensation.

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