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Sarah Day Hurley

Of Counsel | Greenville, SC

shurley@turnerpadget.com   |   vcard   |   864-552-4651

Biography

Sarah Day Hurley is a native South Carolinian, but practiced law in Washington, D.C. and Atlanta before returning to her hometown of Greenville, South Carolina in 1998. Over the years, she has concentrated her practice in various aspects of business litigation, including contract disputes, shareholder and partnership disputes, employment issues, intellectual property and construction disputes. She represents clients in business tort matters, including fraud, unfair competition, fiduciary duty claims, and bad faith litigation. Sarah has also conducted and advised clients in various internal investigations and securities regulatory matters, and she is currently handling a number of intellectual property disputes.

Apart from her law practice, Sarah owns a small restaurant and retail business. As a successful entrepreneur, she is keenly aware of the importance of protecting a company’s trade secrets, trade dress and other intellectual property. She also understands and appreciates the many competing demands that are placed upon business owners, and the passion and hard work that keep them going. In order to help her clients maintain success, Sarah recognizes that litigation must be managed and resolved in the most efficient and effective way possible. For this reason, while recognizing that some disputes require prompt and aggressive action in order to protect a client’s interests, Sarah always strives to resolve her clients’ cases in the most prudent manner possible, treating each business as though it were her own.

Representative Matters

Business Litigation

  • As lead trial counsel, Sarah obtained a favorable outcome for a real estate investor who allegedly breached a contract for the purchase of commercial real estate.
  • Successfully obtained summary judgment in bankruptcy court on behalf of a creditor who sought to pierce the corporate veil of the debtor defendant.
  • Obtained summary judgment for a creditor in a suit brought by a shareholder. The original judgment was affirmed by the South Carolina Court of Appeals.
  • As lead trial counsel, successfully defended a small business owner against claims of trademark infringement by a national restaurant chain.


 

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