Amy Wong advises clients on all facets of their litigation needs and risk management, including contract disputes, business torts, product liability, product advertising and marketing, class action defense, American with Disabilities Act, and civil rights disputes, among other matters. She litigates cases for national and global companies in the consumer product, food and beverage, aesthetics medical device, beauty products, manufacturing, private equity, and financial services industries. She partners with business clients to make strategic decision and support global operations, and develops innovative solutions to mitigate litigation risks. Amy enjoys being a resource to businesses, and is skilled at developing strategic solutions to client’s legal challenges.
Amy leads the Orange County’s diversity committee, where she contributes within professional and community organizations in Southern California as a passionate advocate and leader to drive engagement, diversity of membership and program development. She is active in pro bono work, including civil rights litigation, and she regularly collaborates with the California Innocence Project.
Prior to joining the firm, Amy served as a senior associate at a national law firm where she counseled and litigated complex business and class action cases on behalf of large corporations, small businesses, municipalities, property owners, contractors, and business owners in all levels of civil litigation in both state and federal courts. In addition, Amy has an extensive background in personal injury claims where she has successfully obtained early dismissals and favorable settlements in high-exposure matters.
- Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch for Commercial Litigation, 2022 and 2023
- Member, National Asian Pacific American Bar Association
- Pro Bono Advisory Council, Asian Americans Advancing Justice Southern California
- California Bar Association
- Orange County Bar Association
Amy is a legal instructor for police K9 officers from various law enforcement agencies in California, New Mexico, Arizona, Texas, Alaska, Wyoming, Idaho, Washington, Oregon, Nevada, and Colorado.
In law school, Amy served as a judicial extern to the Honorable Holly J. Fujie in the Los Angeles Superior Court. She was also an editor of the Los Angeles Public Interest Law Journal (2012-2013).
- “Developers Are Testing Defenses In Generative AI Litigation,” Law360, 15 September 2023