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Sarah Herlihy

Jackson Lewis P.C.
Sarah B. Herlihy is Of Counsel in the Boston, Massachusetts, office of Jackson Lewis P.C. She practices employment litigation, with a particular emphasis on disputes involving the theft of trade secrets, enforcement of restrictive covenants and breaches of fiduciary duty. / / Ms. Herlihy also represents employers with respect to other areas of employment litigation, including claims of wrongful termination, breach of fiduciary duty, discrimination and wage and hour violations. She has helped numerous companies, particularly in the technology, financial and professional services sectors, resolve issues related to the theft or misuse of confidential and trade secret information. / / Ms. Herlihy works with her clients to quickly but thoroughly understand the technology or confidential information at issue so that her clients are best positioned when a claim must be brought or defended. If litigation does commence, Ms. Herlihy has extensive experience pursuing and defending motions for preliminary injunction, which are often critical to a restrictive covenant or trade secret claim. If litigation cannot be avoided or resolved at or before the preliminary injunction stage, Ms. Herlihy has experience successfully bringing complex trade secret and restrictive covenant claims to trial and to appeal. / / Ms. Herlihy regularly litigates in both state and federal court, as well as before various governmental agencies including the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination and the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. She has also represented management in employment arbitrations before the American Arbitration Association, and in other arbitration forums. / / While at Bryn Mawr, Ms. Herlihy received academic scholarships from both the William Randolph Hearst Foundation and the Rotary Foundation. Her scholarship from the Rotary Foundation provided funding for Ms. Herlihy to live and study abroad for a year at the University of the Witwatersrand, in Johannesburg, South Africa. / / Prior to joining Jackson Lewis, Ms. Herlihy practiced in the litigation department at Mintz Levin, a national law firm. During her time at Mintz Levin, Ms. Herlihy tried numerous cases, including in Massachusetts, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey and California. /

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