Experience at Work
As chair of the firm’s business litigation group, Amy Fehr represents clients in a variety of complex commercial litigation matters, including contract disputes, real estate litigation, shareholder/member and internal business disputes, and business torts including civil fraud, tortious interference and breach of fiduciary duty cases.
Amy has experience serving as lead counsel in high-stakes business litigation both locally and throughout the United States. She has been admitted pro hac vice in Texas and Massachusetts State Courts as well as in the Delaware Court of Chancery, and has tried to verdict numerous bench and jury trials including premises liability, veil piercing, breach of commercial lease and contract/quasi-contract cases.
As lead litigation and trial counsel, Amy represents both plaintiffs and defendants before State and Federal Courts and has briefed and argued winning appeals in 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’s clients are small to medium sized businesses and business owners in the commercial real estate, skilled nursing and assisted-living; consumer goods, distribution, and professional services industries.
Amy advises clients to prevent and minimize legal disputes 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 to provide value-driven advice and help her clients solve their most difficult legal problems.
IN THE COMMUNITY
In September 2019, Amy was appointed by St. Louis County Executive Sam Page to serve as one of the three St. Louis County Trustees of the St. Louis Metropolitan Sewer District (MSD).