Young Moore Attorneys Recognized in Legal Elite 2021

Young Moore is pleased to congratulate firm attorneys recognized by their peers for inclusion in the 2021 edition of Business North Carolina’s Legal Elite, a listing of the state’s top lawyers in business-related categories as selected by other lawyers.

Each year, Business North Carolina distributes ballots to every member of the N.C. State Bar living in North Carolina — asking each a simple question: Of the Tar Heel lawyers whose work you have observed firsthand, whom would you rate among the current best in these categories? Voters are not allowed to vote for themselves and may only select members of their firms if they also pick out-of-firm lawyers in the same categories, with the latter votes weighted more heavily. The attorney who receives the most votes in each category becomes a member of Business North Carolina’s Legal Elite Hall of Fame and is ineligible to win again.

Young Moore attorneys selected for inclusion include:

In addition, Rudy L. Ogburn is a member of Business North Carolina’s Legal Elite Hall of Fame in the Tax & Estate Planning category.

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

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