Amy Endicott is a litigator focused on complex commercial disputes and international litigation. Her practice includes advising clients on procedural and dispute resolution strategy as well as privacy issues. As a senior associate, Amy 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.

Amy was a dean's fellow at the University of California Berkeley, School of Law where she graduated with a certificate in international law. She routinely publishes and speaks on the intersection of international arbitration and litigation with technology.


  • 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.


Would a Robot Split the Baby: Artificial Intelligence + Dispute Resolution = ?
Moderator, SVAMC-YP, Webinar Series
Developing an International Arbitration Practice in California
Panelist, Young-ICCA
Chapter 31: International Arbitration of Intellectual Property Disputes in the United States
Co-Author, Kluwer Arbitration
Comparative Legal Guide, United States: Arbitration (pdf)
The Legal 500 & The In-House Lawyer
Why International Arbitration and Mediation are Appropriate for Disputes in the Technology Sector
The Evolving Use of International Arbitration and Mediation for Disputes in the Technology Sector, ICDR Y&I, Stanford Law School, and the Silicon Valley Arbitration & Mediation Center – Young Professionals (SVAMC-YP) group, Stanford, CA


  • JD, University of California, Berkeley, School of Law, 2011
  • BA, University of California, Berkeley, 2008, Phi Beta Kappa
  • California
  • District of Columbia
  • Portuguese
  • Spanish

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