Fighting the good fight
Harper T. Segui
Whitfield Bryson LLP
900 W. Morgan Street
Raleigh, NC 27603
Harper T. Segui is an experienced trial lawyer who focuses her practice on construction litigation, products liability litigation, and other types of complex litigation. Harper’s clients have come to know her for her compassion and her dogged pursuit of justice.
Harper attended the University of Central Florida where she obtained her Bachelor of Science before attending the Walter F. George School of Law at Mercer University. After graduating from law school in 2006, Harper practiced family law and general litigation in the Atlanta area for approximately a year before moving to Charleston, South Carolina. Once in Charleston, Harper refocused her work to Plaintiffs’ litigation and has continued that work ever since. Since 2009, Harper’s primary focus has been representing homeowners in complex litigation and class actions, including construction defects and product liability. She has served as co-class counsel in several class actions, and has played an active role in multidistrict litigation involving defective products. Harper has also contributed to substantial settlements in a variety of cases, as well as a multi-million dollar jury verdict in favor of homeowners for a developer’s shoddy construction of townhomes in South Carolina.
- State of Georgia, 2006
- State of South Carolina, 2008
- Named a Thomson Reuters Super Lawyer Rising Star, 2013-2014, 2016-2018
- The Public Justice Foundation
- University of Central Florida: B.S., 2003
- Mercer University Walter F. George School of Law: J.D., 2006
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