“I enjoy all aspects of assisting clients with their issues in complex insurance coverage cases - from analyzing coverage under the policies in the early stages of a claim to litigating coverage disputes across the nation - from trial through appeal.”
Amy’s cases involve disputes over coverage for environmental damages claims; disputes brought under commercial first-party property claims; disputes regarding coverage for construction defect claims; and disputes regarding coverage for advertising and personal injury type claims. She also defends insurers against allegations of bad faith.
Amy was also a prosecutor in the Consumer Fraud division of the Minnesota Attorney General’s Office. She is admitted to practice in Iowa, Wisconsin and Minnesota.
Outside the office, Amy enjoys running, swimming, reading and cooking.
•Meagher & Geer, P.L.L.P., Associate 2003-2006, Partner 2006-Present
•Assistant Attorney General, State of Minnesota Consumer Fraud Division, 2000-2003
•Meagher & Geer, P.L.L.P., Associate 1997-2000
•Managing Editor, Coverage, ABA Section of Litigation Insurance Coverage Litigation Committee (ICLC)
•Co-Chair Employment Subcommittee of the ABA Insurance Coverage Litigation Committee
•Recognized as a Rising Star, Minnesota Law & Politics, 2008, 2009
•Awarded the highest possible Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Rating, AV Preeminent (AV is a registered certification mark of Reed Elsevier Properties Inc., used in accordance with the Martindale-Hubbell certification procedures, standards and policies)
•Jun 10, 2016
Meagher & Geer is pleased to sponsor the Page Education Foundation 2016 All Star Gala
•Jun 4, 2015
Meagher & Geer is please to sponsor MDLA Diversity Committee Kickoff Event
•Mar 7, 2015
Amy Woodworth on the faculty for ABA Insurance Coverage Litigation Seminar
•Sep 10, 2016
Page Education Foundation 2016 All Star Gala
•Jun 4, 2015
MDLA Diversity Committee Kickoff Event
4 - 7,
ABA Insurance Coverage Litigation seminar Tucson, AZ
•Jun 1, 2011
Claim Notices: When? What? Why?
May 1, 2011
Insurance 101-Insights for Young Lawyers
•Apr 1, 2009
Amy Woodworth Co-Authors Article: When is a Claim a 'Claim'?
•Hennepin County Bar Association
•Minnesota Women Lawyers
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