Sarah received her Bachelor of Music in music education from the Eastman School in 2004. She then attended Georgetown University Law Center, where she was an editor of the Georgetown Journal of Law and Public Policy, graduating cum laude in 2007. Following law school, Sarah began her legal career as a litigator at a major Boston law firm, working on large complex commercial cases. She received the firm’s award for most significant impact in a pro bono case for her work done on behalf of pre-adoptive parents, a case featured in Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly. Sarah has litigated in a number of different areas including complex commercial litigation, product liability, international torts, and domestic relations. She has experience in labor, employment and employee benefits law, having drafted employee handbooks, helped structure reductions in force, and defended discrimination suits. She has worked to obtain registration for the trademarks of various clients, for which she prepared initial applications, responded to USPTO refusals to register, and completed maintenance filings on registered marks. Sarah also has experience in various issues related to healthcare law and patient privacy.
Sarah is a member of the firm’s health and intellectual property law groups. She works out of the firm’s Great Barrington and Pittsfield offices.
IN THE COMMUNITY
Sarah’s community involvement includes presenting on copyright law and fair use at the Norman Rockwell Museum in celebration of Cain Hibbard & Myers 50th Anniversary, membership on the Executive Board of the Berkshire Music School, and participation in various musical groups in the area. In addition to her work as an attorney, Sarah is an avid musician, and performs as a singer, composer, and recording artist. Her debut album was released on March 4, 2016.