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Deborah represents a variety of clients including energy and petrochemical companies, local businesses, and health care providers, including physicians, physician groups, social workers and mental health rehabilitation programs, nursing homes, nurses, nurse practitioners, physician's assistants, and other health care providers. In the healthcare field, she assists health care providers with litigation and trials, health law administrative matters, regulatory issues, Stark and anti-kickback matters, qui tam cases, fraud and abuse...
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Raleigh, NC 27601
University of North Carolina School of Law
Prior to joining Tharrington Smith, Ms. Stagner served for three years as a law clerk to Chief Justice Henry E. Frye of the North Carolina Supreme Court.
Ms. Stagner has been licensed to practice law in North Carolina since 1997 and is admitted to practice before all federal courts...
Superior Court Judge Michael L. Robinson - Vice President, NC Bar Association; Councilor, NC State Bar
A self-professed “Air Force brat,” Deborah Moy was born in the Philippines and spent her childhood living in Gainesville, FL (Go Gators!); Dayton, OH (Go Reds!); Fairfax, VA (Go ‘Skins!); and Greensboro, NC. Deborah’s maternal grandmother, Eva Jones, was a tobacco sharecropper in Eastern NC, who raised nine children on her own. She credits Grandma Jones for instilling in her the importance of strength, hope, and humility, and for...
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