Amy is an experienced business litigator and trial attorney in a broad range of civil matters. Amy advocates for and counsels individuals and businesses in industries as diverse as financial services, construction, transportation, manufacturing, technology, hospitality, and healthcare. She has tried cases to judges and juries, including cases related to unfair trade practices, employee non-solicitation and non-competition, statutory theft, breach of contract, and personal injury. Amy devotes a portion of her practice to employment law, representing both management and employees in multiple aspects of the employer-employee relationship. She represents clients in court and before administrative agencies, and regularly advises clients regarding employee discipline, wage and hour laws, non-competition and non-solicitation, anti-discrimination laws, FMLA, and reasonable accommodations under the ADA. Amy helps employees understand their rights and navigate such matters as employment contracts, issues surrounding non-competition and non-solicitation, and severance and separation agreements. Amy also trains employees and management on a variety of employment topics including sexual harassment and anti-discrimination.
Prior to joining O’Sullivan McCormack Jensen & Bliss, Amy was a Litigation and Labor & Employment attorney at Hinckley Allen in Hartford. Following that, Amy managed defense, coverage and bath faith issues related to professional liability claims at a Hartford-area insurance company. Amy was named a “Woman to Watch” by the Connecticut Women’s Education and Legal Fund and has been named a Super Lawyers Rising Star multiple times.