Amy Weber’s practices focuses on partnering with her business clients to address all their litigation needs. Her areas of expertise encompass disputes between business owners, litigating issues arising out of business contracts, business torts including misappropriation of business trade secrets and breach of fiduciary duty, creditor issues, real estate disputes, and business covenants. Amy also advises clients in negotiating contracts with terms favorable to their business interest, advising her clients on corporate governance, and best business practices to avoid future litigation issues.
Amy started her career more than twenty years ago. Prior to coming to Dame Law, she spent her entire career working at two of Cobb County’s premier law firms under the direction of the finest litigators in the Georgia. Most recently, she was a member of the litigation team which won Georgia Legal Awards’ Litigation Department of the Year. It was with these two law firms that she represented clients in a variety of business legal matters, honing her skills and expertise to deliver focused, efficient legal solutions.
Amy believes in giving back to the community which has afforded her opportunities to succeed in her legal career. She uses her legal talents to give back, pro bono, to individuals in the community and non-profits who need legal services but are without financial resources.
Amy graduated from the Mercer University’s Walter F. George School of Law where she was awarded Best Oralist and admitted to the Order of Barristers. Amy was recently appointed to a three-year term on the Mercer Law School Alumni Board of Directors. She serves on the Cobb Chamber Board of Directors, is a graduate of Leadership Cobb ’17, and was the Executive Director of the Military Family Support Center of Georgia, LLC until it closed in June 2019.
- All Georgia Superior, State, and Magistrate Courts
- Georgia Court of Appeals
- Georgia Supreme Court
- United States District Court, Northern District of Georgia
- United States Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit
- Admissions routinely granted pro hac vice in other jurisdictions