Amy focuses her practice on employment law counseling, serving as a trusted legal advisor to business owners, in-house counsel, and Human Resources, and works to prevent organizational problems (not just react to them). Amy defends employers against employee claims and lawsuits involving discrimination, harassment, retaliation, wage and hour violations, and COVID-19 claims. She counsels and provides training to organizations (as well as her firm, FisherBroyles) about preventing harassment, discrimination, and retaliation; gender transition plans and policies; employee management techniques; providing reasonable accommodations for disability compliance (under the ADA) and recognizing requests for accommodations; worker classification; and inclusivity and diversity initiatives. Amy also drafts, negotiates, and analyzes employment and separation agreements, restrictive covenants, and employee handbooks. In her spare time, Amy is a litigator, author of the FisherBroyles’ employment law blog, mother of three, wife of one, and avid Peloton rider.