Amy Sorenson is a regional civil litigator, defending business litigation matters in Utah, Nevada and California at trial, in arbitration and on appeal. Her complex commercial litigation practice includes general business litigation claims in the federal and state courts, including dealer termination litigation and arbitrations, False Claims Act lawsuits, non-compete, contract and unfair competition claims, business torts and intellectual property and professional liability claims for a wide variety of businesses and industries.
Amy also co-chairs the firm's Financial Services Litigation group, and manages and defends financial services clients in regional defense programs involving high-volume and pattern litigation. Her financial services litigation experience extends to the representation of lenders, servicers and other financial industry clients in a wide variety of litigation matters including lien priority disputes, servicing errors, origination claims, consumer disputes, statutory foreclosure mediations and petitions for judicial review, SEC receiverships, probate matters, fiduciary litigation, qui tam claims, MERS issues and HOA disputes.
University of California, Berkeley, Boalt Hall School of Law (J.D., 1997)
California Public Employee Relations Journal, Berkeley, California (1995-1997)
Recipient, American Jurisprudence Award, White Collar Crime (1996)
Recipient, Dragonette Memorial Award for Outstanding Achievement in Civil Litigation Trial Practice (1997)
Recipient, Prosser Prize, Civil Trial Practice (1997)
Yale University (B.A., English, cum laude, with distinction, 1994)
Network of Trial Law Firms
Vice President (2021)
Executive Committee (2018-Present)
Federal Bar Association, Utah Chapter, President (2010)
Salt Lake County Bar Association, President (2014-2015)
Women Lawyers of Utah (Present)
"Hindsight Is 2020: Looking Ahead to Loan Workouts, Financial Litigation Trends and More," Presenter, Colorado Bankers Association Webinar (December 16, 2020)