Susan Boyles focuses her practice on tort defense, complex commercial litigation and insurance coverage disputes. She regularly represents clients before state and federal court judges throughout North Carolina, on both the trial and appellate court levels.

Ms. Boyles was recognized in The Best Lawyers in America® for Commercial Litigation, Insurance Law, Banking & Finance Litigation, Insurance Litigation and Personal Injury Litigation in 2017 and the ten years immediately preceding. She was also named a 2016 "Greensboro Lawyer of the Year" in the area of Insurance Litigation and again in 2017 for Insurance Law by The Best Lawyers in America®. Ms. Boyles was listed in the 2007 and 2008 editions of Business North Carolina’s “Legal Elite.” In 2014 and 2016, she was recommended by Legal 500 US in the area of Trade Secrets Litigation. Ms. Boyles was the 2005 winner of "Women In Business" Award from The Business Journal and is AV® rated by Martindale-Hubbell.*

*CV, BV, and AV are registered certification marks of Reed Elsevier Properties Inc., used in accordance with the Martindale-Hubbell certification procedure's standards and policies.

Professional & Community Activities

North Carolina Bar Association, 1994-Present
     Insurance Law Section Council, 2013-2015
          CLE Course Planner for 2016 Annual Meeting
     Professionalism Committee, 2011-Present
     Litigation Section Member, 1994-Present
     Litigation Section Council, 1997-2002
     Chair, Litigation Council Subcommittee on Civil Practice and Procedure, 1997-99
     Member, Litigation Council Subcommittee on Civil Practice and Procedure, 1999-2002
     Young Lawyers Division Third-Grade Education Project, 1999-2003

North Carolina Association of Defense Attorneys, 1996-Present

Children's Law Center of Central North Carolina
     Board Member, 2015-Present
     Treasurer, 2016-Present
     Volunteer Guardian Ad Litem Attorney, 2005-Present

Defense Research Institute, 1997-Present

Forsyth County Bar Association, 1994-Present

Wrote Bar Exam Questions for North Carolina Board of Law Examiners, 1999-2002

Barrister, Joseph Branch Inn of Court, 1999-2001

Women in Business Award, 2005, from The Business Journal

Maple Springs United Methodist Church
     Board of Trustees
     Chair, Safe Sanctuaries Committee
     Children’s Sunday School Teacher

National Spasmodic Dysphonia Association
     Area Contact Person

Education

  • University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, J.D. (1994)
    with honors, Order of the Coif
  • University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, B.A., Journalism (1990)
    with highest honors, Phi Beta Kappa

Bar Admissions

  • North Carolina

Admissions

  • U.S. Supreme Court
  • U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit
  • U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina
  • U.S. District Court for the Middle District of North Carolina
  • U.S. District Court for the Western District of North Carolina

Who We Are

What fully engaged means to me:

To understand my client's goals and to take ownership of them - then, to work side-by-side with my client to accomplish those goals in the most cost effective way possible.

1001 West Fourth Street
Winston-Salem, NC, 27101-2400
USA
t +1 336.607.7417
f +1 336.734.2649

Susan H. Boyles

Experience Highlights

MicroCapital Investors Inc. v. Broyhill Furniture Industries Inc.
Defended Broyhill Furniture Industries, Inc. (Broyhill) in breach of contract claim arising from allegations that more
The Burlington Insurance Company v. Griffin Motor Co., Inc., et al.
Represented Universal Underwriters Insurance Company, an insurance carrier, in a dispute with another carrier in a subrogation claim arising from a more
Walter Meier (Manufacturing) Inc. f/k/a WMH Tool Group Inc. v. Lowe’s Companies Inc. and LG Sourcing Inc.
Represented Lowe’s Companies, Inc. and LG Sourcing in suit brought by a tool vendor in Iredell County Superior Court alleging claims for breach of more
Litigation regarding alleged fraud in real estate transactions
Defended BB&T against claims for fraudulent concealment and unfair and deceptive trade practices related to funding it provided for real estate more