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Amy Matthew is a litigation shareholder in Miller Starr Regalia’s Walnut Creek office. Amy represents business entities in a wide range of litigation matters, including land development, construction, real property claims, general commercial disputes, and insurance bad faith. Amy has a proven trial record, having successfully tried and arbitrated numerous cases, while resolving the majority of disputes through the mediation process on behalf of corporate owners, developers, REITs, homebuilders, landowners, and financial institutions.
Most notably, Amy represented a corporate manufacturer and distributor seeking insurance policy benefits in multi-phased court proceedings over a two-year period, resulting in settlements totaling $2,200,000,000.
Amy has twice served as Chair of the Litigation Department and routinely serves on the firm’s Executive Committee.
Awards & Recognition
Super Lawyers Northern California (2004-2010, 2013-2014, 2018)
Corporate Counsel (March 2010, March 2009, April 2008)
Super Lawyers Business Edition (2011)
Super Lawyers Top Women Lawyers (2014)
Martindale-Hubbell - AV Preeminent Rated (2001-2017)
Five Bridges Foundation - Board of Directors
Ronald McDonald House of San Francisco - Former Board of Directors
In The News
July 14, 2014
Legal Update: Architects Beware: It Is Now Settled That The Principal Architect Owes a Duty of Care to Third Party Purchasers for Negligent Design
In Beacon Residential Community Association v. Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP, the California Supreme Court held that architects and engineers can be held liable to condominium owners for negligently prepared plans.
American Bar Association
Association of Business Trial Lawyers
Commercial Real Estate Women
Contra Costa County Bar Association - Former Judicial Evaluation Committee Member
East Bay Women's Conference - Agenda & Planning Committee Member
National Association of Women in Construction
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