Adam Bach has developed a successful practice representing businesses in simple and complex commercial business litigation, as well as acting as outside general counsel for companies ranging from start-ups to some of the largest companies in the upstate. Adam’s experience advising businesses spans the marketplace – from contractors, to manufacturers, to service providers, to hospitals, to retail businesses and franchises. Adam’s practice has grown because he works with businesses to achieve smart, cost-effective solutions, whether he is advising a hospital on the renegotiation of its pharmacy contract or litigating a shareholder dispute.
Adam’s practice areas include contract formation and litigation, shareholder disputes, minority shareholder rights and shareholder oppression, sales and the uniform commercial code, transportation, class action litigation, intellectual property and trademarks, trade secrets, employment, design and construction, business dissolution, real estate litigation, and bankruptcy and creditor’s rights. In addition to business and commercial litigation, Adam has experience defending high exposure product liability and personal injury litigation. He has also represented governmental entities, advising on municipal governance and representing governmental entities in liability cases, including 1983 claims, negligence claims, premises liability cases involving publicly owned spaces, and bad stop and false arrest cases.
Adam is AV-Rated by Martindale–Hubbell and has been named a Super Lawyer Rising Star since 2013. He was also selected by the Greenville Business Magazine as one of the Legal Elite of the Upstate, and is a member of the Counsel on Litigation Management.
“Adam Bach is conscientious in preparing, analyzing, and keeping the client informed. He researches and understands the law, including its ambiguities and the elements of risk in litigation. I trust his judgment.”
Former General Counsel
Amy Price serves as paralegal for Adam Bach.
Education & Experience
Adam Bach is a 2002 graduate of Furman University and 2006 graduate of the University of South Carolina. He was admitted to the South Carolina Bar in 2006 and the North Carolina Bar in 2013. He graduated law school in the top 10% of his class earning him admission into the Order of the Coif and Order of the Wig and Robe. He was also inducted in the Order of the Barristers for top appellate advocates and honorary John Belton O’Neall Inn of Court. He was a research editor for the American Bar Association’s Real Property, Probate and Trust Journal and was a member of the South Carolina Moot Court team.
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