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Young Moore’s David M. Duke elected to American College of Transportation Attorneys

Young Moore and Henderson, P.A. is pleased to announce that David M. Duke has been elected to the American College of Transportation Attorneys (ACTA). He is the first attorney in North Carolina to become a member of ACTA.

An attorney at Young Moore since 1984, David serves as Chairman of the firm’s Trucking and Transportation Practice Group and Vice-Chair of the Practice Management Committee. He concentrates his practice on complex civil litigation, with a particular focus on transportation defense, product liability and business litigation.

About Young Moore & Henderson’s Transportation Practice

Young Moore’s transportation team represents a large number of insured and self-insured trucking and transportation companies throughout North Carolina in personal injury, property damage, cargo claims, and regulatory matters. The firm maintains a standing “go team” of attorneys, engineers and field adjusters, all of whom are available to respond to a catastrophic loss 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Young Moore also offers transportation clients access to supporting counsel in other areas of law including business law, regulatory and administrative law, workers’ compensation, employment, employee benefits, and commercial real estate. For more information, please visit www.youngmoorelaw.com.

About the American College of Transportation Attorneys (ACTA)

ACTA is a non-profit association consisting of a select group of experienced transportation defense lawyers who have joined together to serve as a confidential, reliable and supplemental legal resource to the trucking industry. ACTA bylaws limit membership to 26 members, each with over 20 years of trucking industry service. For more information, visit www.actalawgroup.org.

 

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