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Amy L. Fehr


“Discovery consists not in seeking new lands but in seeing with new eyes.” – Marcel Proust

Areas of Concentration

  • Complex Business Litigation
  • Construction and Real Estate Disputes
  • Employment/Non-Competition Agreements
  • Insurance Coverage
  • Catastrophic Personal Injury/Wrongful Death

Experience at Work

Amy regularly works with organizations and individuals to resolve a wide variety of complex, multi-party, civil litigation matters, including contract disputes, employment-related matters, real estate litigation, shareholder disputes, non-competition and non-solicitation agreements, insurance coverage disputes and wrongful death, medical malpractice and catastrophic personal injury cases. Most frequently, Amy represents business entities in commercial litigation matters including contract and internal business disputes. 

As a trial lawyer, she represents both plaintiffs and defendants before the Circuit Courts in St. Louis City and County and has successfully argued before the Missouri Court of Appeals and Missouri Supreme Court. Amy has also represented aggrieved investors in arbitrations before FINRA and defended employers against claims for discrimination before the EEOC and Missouri Commission on Human Rights.

Amy advises clients to prevent and minimize litigation, yet, where necessary, she draws on her experience in all stages of litigation, including motion practice, mediation, discovery, expert selection and consultation, and trial, as well as appellate briefing and oral argument. 

While in law school, Amy worked as a law clerk at the firm while also serving as a contributing editor of the St. Louis University Public Law Review.

Memberships & Associations

  • Missouri Bar
  • Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis, Trial and Women in the Legal Profession Sections

Awards and Designations

Significant Published Decisions

Mendenhall v. Prop. and Cas. Ins. Co. of Hartford, 375 S.W.3d 90 (Mo. 2012). Successful appeal of insurance coverage denial resulting in payment to Plaintiff for $900,000 judgment, including interest.


  • Simplifying the Complex Case: Strategic Use of Pre-Trial and Dispositive Motions to Narrow the Issues, The Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis’s 37th Annual Bench & Bar Conference (June 2017)

Licensed to Practice

  • Missouri
  • U.S. District Courts, Eastern and Western Districts of Missouri


  • J.D., Saint Louis University School of Law (2007)
  • B.A., English with Political Science Minor, University of Missouri-Columbia, with honors (2004)
Twelve Capes Sokol Attorneys Selected for 2019 Best Lawyers List
Thirteen Capes Sokol Attorneys Selected for Best Lawyers
Cooley & Fehr Present During Trial Masters Series at 2017 BAMSL Bench and Bar