Amy Endicott helps clients develop strategies to navigate and resolve cross-border technology disputes that arise as her clients undertake the transformation to business models powered by machine learning and enterprise blockchain. An internationally recognized arbitration practitioner based in California’s innovative Silicon Valley, Ms. Endicott has represented chip makers, life sciences companies, and aerospace innovators in international arbitrations conducted under the rules of leading organizations, including the ICC, AAA-ICDR, and UNCITRAL. She publishes and speaks frequently on issues concerning the intersection of AI and law. Ms. Endicott also co-chairs the Steering Committee of the Silicon Valley Arbitration and Mediation Center’s Young Professionals, which is dedicated to fostering dialogue with thought leaders in the technology and arbitration spaces.

In addition to her work in international arbitration, Ms. Endicott assists clients with international litigation and complex commercial disputes. Her litigation practice includes advising clients on cross-border procedural issues and dispute resolution strategy, as well as data privacy requirements. Ms. Endicott not only assists her clients in crafting a compelling narrative for their case but also in managing the litigation process to ensure that each step of the dispute is closely coordinated with in-house counsel and cost-effective.

Ms. Endicott was a dean's fellow at the University of California Berkeley, School of Law where she graduated with a certificate in international law.


  • Global asset management company in dispute with pension fund concerning tax withholding claims under California law, including successful removal of case to federal court.
  • Innovation fund in claims by limited partner arising from management company agreement.
  • Fashion designer in international litigation against holding company in breach of contract action following Icelandic banking crisis.
  • Aircraft manufacturer in defense of breach of contract and product liability claims relating to manufacture and delivery of helicopters.
  • Petroleum auditing company in international litigation concerning defamation, tortious interference, and breach of contract.
  • Fortune 100 technology company in toxic tort litigation.
  • Pharmaceutical company in indemnity suit against private equity investment fund.


Exploring International Dispute Resolution Ethical Practice Issues in California and Other Locations in the Americas, Africa and Asia (Presented by AAA-ICDR)
Speaker, ICDR California International Arbitration Week
A Fireside Chat on AI and Ethics with Amy Endicott
Speaker, Stanford International Arbitration Association
Hot Topics and Trends in ADR (Appropriate Dispute Resolution)
Speaker, CPR Annual Meeting
Double Trouble: California Set to Challenge Two Decisions Rejecting Diversification of Corporate Boards
Russia/Ukraine Crisis: Nationalization and the Implications for US Businesses
Arnold & Porter Webinar


The Legal 500 US
International Arbitration (2021-2022)
Who's Who Legal
"Future Leaders"—Arbitration (2019–2022)


  • J.D., University of California, Berkeley, School of Law, 2011
  • B.A., University of California, Berkeley, 2008, Phi Beta Kappa
  • California
  • District of Columbia
  • Contributing Author (2019), Lexis PSL Arbitration Lawyers
  • Portuguese
  • Spanish

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