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Young Moore Sponsors M3 Conference

Young Moore and Henderson, P.A. is proud to have sponsored and exhibited at the M3 conference September 15-18, 2016 in Greensboro, NC. Firm attorneys, Elizabeth Pharr McCullough, Dawn Dillon Raynor, and Susan (Sue) H. Haberberger attended the event along with medical professionals from across North Carolina and the companies that serve them.

Elizabeth focuses her practice on the representation of physicians and their practices, including medical malpractice, representation before the North Carolina Medical Board, HIPAA/HITECH and security issues, general health care law and the defense of civil rights section 1983 cases based on the provision of health care. Elizabeth can be reached at 919-861-5071 and epm@youngmoorelaw.com. Dawn focuses her practice on the defense of employers in workers’ compensation, employment matters, and healthcare contracts. Dawn can be reached at 919-861-5067 and ddr@youngmoorelaw.com. Sue focuses her practice on estate planning, wills, and estates and trusts. Sue can be reached at 919-861-5039 and shh@youngmoorelaw.com.

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

 

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