Practice Area

Governmental Affairs

We combine our experience in law and lawmaking to protect our clients.

The members of our Governmental Affairs group are experienced attorneys whose knowledge encompasses virtually every aspect of the legislative process. We consult on matters affecting North Carolina business, industry, occupations and professions. We work with our clients and lawmakers on vital issues that address property, casualty and health insurance. We provide information on legislative initiatives where regulation or deregulation may have unintended consequences. We maintain awareness of the interests and concerns of key leaders in relevant committees of the General Assembly.

We work with lawmakers and staff to help craft legislative solutions to address the needs of our clients. We have significant experience in developing coalitions to promote or oppose legislation. We frequently work with experts in developing testimony relating to proposed or pending legislation and have experience in identifying allies and in working with them to devise effective legislative strategies. We testify before legislative committees and assist clients in complying with lobbying laws and restrictions, including the creation, management and use of political action committees.

At Young Moore, our Governmental Affairs group monitors the work of legislative study commissions when the legislature is not in session to keep our clients informed. We provide testimony on behalf of our clients to these study commissions and work to achieve study commission recommendations favorable for our clients.

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