Overview

Amy D. Katz is an attorney practicing in Swift Currie’s coverage and commercial litigation section with an emphasis on commercial litigation, construction law and insurance coverage. An adept written and oral communicator, Amy employs her approachable character and negotiation skills to firmly advocate for her clients.

Engaged in all aspects of litigation, Amy has worked closely with national clients and other outside counsel on an array of cases. She has defended architects, engineers and other design professionals in construction litigation, professional malpractice, general liability and insurance coverage claims. A former e-discovery attorney and legal researcher and writer, Amy is highly analytical and well-versed in technical research methodology.

Amy’s top priority is providing her clients with excellent representation and in-depth legal knowledge. She continually advances her skills and stays involved in the legal community by remaining an active member of the Claims and Litigation Management Alliance, the Construction Law Section of the State Bar of Georgia and the Georgia Association for Women Lawyers.

While attending the University of North Carolina School of Law, Amy was a member of UNC Law Moot Court’s environmental negotiation team and a research assistant at the UNC Center for Civil Rights. Prior, she  earned her B.A. in English and Spanish, magna cum laude, from Salem College.

Memberships

  • Claims and Litigation Management Alliance
  • Georgia Association for Women Lawyers
  • State Bar of Georgia, Construction Law Section

Interests

Amy serves on the Salem College Alumni Board and volunteers with Paz Amigos Atlanta, an organization providing assistance to refugees and immigrants in their travels to reunite with family after being released from immigration detention. She enjoys running marathons, teaching yoga, traveling and spending time with her husband and three children.

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Bar Admittances

  • Georgia, 2011

Education

University of North Carolina School of Law (J.D., 2010)

Salem College (B.A., 2006)

Languages

  • Spanish
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