Amy Baker focuses her practice on product liability, medical device and pharmaceuticals litigation, and professional malpractice. She has experience in defending and prosecuting intellectual property litigation, including copyright, patent and trademark infringement along with related causes of action under state law. Amy enjoys handling technically challenging and complex litigation, and defending matters that are factually and procedurally intricate. Amy has successfully tried several cases to verdict on behalf of a variety of companies. She has experience defending litigation in state and federal courts in California and Florida. Amy has represented clients before the EEOC, in actions before the division of administrative hearings for professional licensure as well as Florida's Neurological Injury Compensation Fund actions. Amy has argued before state courts of appeal in Florida and California and has achieved several successful appellate results for her clients. Always proactive on her cases to control the course of the litigation, Amy understands that client needs can vary significantly and she makes every effort to effectively leverage her cases to achieve the best result for each client, whether that means early resolution or taking the matter to trial.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Amy L. Baker