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Young Moore and Attorneys Ranked in Chambers USA Legal Guide 2024

Young Moore and several of its attorneys have been recognized in the Chambers USA Legal Guide 2024. Chambers USA utilizes a rigorous, independent, and in-depth research process, ranking lawyers and firms in bands from 1 (the highest) to 6 based on qualities most valued by clients, including experience, legal skills, professional conduct, and client service.

In the area of Insurance in North Carolina, Young Moore received a Band 1 ranking, along with firm attorneys Walter E. Brock, Jr. and Matthew J. Gray. Additionally,  firm attorney Andrew P. Flynt received a Band 2 ranking. Research findings appearing in the newly released Legal Guide include:

    • Young Moore and Henderson, P.A. is noted for its breadth of insurance litigation expertise, including first and third-party coverage issues and bad faith litigation. The firm acts for insurers, businesses and individuals.
    • Walter Brock is an accomplished litigator with deep experience handling a broad array of contentious insurance matters on behalf of insurers, including professional liability and property-related claims.
    • Matthew Gray provides experienced counsel and advocacy to insurers, healthcare facilities and corporations on a wide range of insurance coverage matters as well as bad faith litigation.
    • Andrew Flynt represents insurers in first and third-party coverage matters as part of a broad-based litigation practice.

Additional comments listed under strengths include:

    • “They have a very strong focus on insurance.”
    • “They are great coverage lawyers.”

In the area of Tax Law in North Carolina, Charles H. Mercer, Jr. upheld a Band 1 ranking for the 5th consecutive year, while Reed J. Hollander earned a Band 2 ranking. Research findings include:

    • Charles Mercer maintains a wide-ranging tax practice, spanning regulatory, transactional and contentious work. He has particular knowledge of property tax issues.
    • Reed Hollander of Young Moore and Henderson has notable experience of advising clients on tax appeals and litigation.

Chambers also shared the following quote under strengths:

    • Reed is an incredible lawyer.”

Chambers USA is a premier legal data and analytics provider, identifying top lawyers and law firms across the United States. Utilizing a rigorous research and interview process, their dedicated team of over 200 analysts conducts thousands of in-depth interviews with clients and legal professionals to ensure accurate and reliable rankings. For more information on Chambers USA and the methodology used to rank firms and lawyers, please visit Chambers USA.

About Young Moore and Henderson, P.A.

Young Moore 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: business law, litigation, administrative law, condemnation & eminent domain, construction, employment, estates & trusts, insurance law & regulation, health care, real estate, retail & hospitality, state & local tax, trucking & transportation, and workers’ compensation.


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