Amy is an Associate in the firm’s Business Litigation Group and maintains a diverse commercial and complex civil litigation practice in state and federal courts in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. She represents a wide range of clients, including individuals, small and large companies, and governmental entities in business disputes, breach of contract claims, and civil rights matters. Amy’s practice spans all aspects of litigation, with experience drafting pleadings and written discovery, drafting dispositive and non-dispositive motions, and taking cases to trial and on appeal.
Prior to joining Archer, Amy served as a law clerk for the Hon. Michael J. Haas, J.A.D., Superior Court of New Jersey, Appellate Division. She also served as an intern for the Hon. Thomas N. O’Neill, Jr., S.U.S.D.J., Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
During law school, Amy served as a teaching assistant to the first year legal research and writing program, and as an Executive Editor to the Rutgers University Law Review. She was a finalist in the Honorable James Hunter III Moot Court Competition and received the Best Brief Award for her written advocacy. Notably, Amy was salutatorian of her graduating class.
- Representing doctor and medical practice in buyout dispute
- Representing parking authority in class action filed under Section 1983
- Representing manufacturer in insurance coverage dispute
- Representing school district in negligence suit
- Represented national home builder in subrogation action
Professional and Community Involvement
- Member, Board of Directors, American Red Cross, Southern NJ Chapter
Articles and Presentations
- Co-Author, Delaware Court Latest to Point the Twitter Finger: Tweets Can Constitute Actionable Expressions of Fact, MediaLawLetter (January 2022)
- Presenter, Contractual Damages and Indemnities in Plain English, National Business Institute (November 2021)
- Co-Author, How Do I Bind Thee (to an LLC Operating Agreement)? Let Me Count the Ways, New Jersey Law Journal (July 2021)
- Co-Author, For New Jersey LLC Members, Silence Can Have Serious Ramifications , New Jersey Law Journal (February 2021)
- Amy E. Pearl, Comment, New Mexico Supreme Court Upholds Criminal Assisted Suicide Statute, Declines to Find Fundamental Right to Physician Aid in Dying, 70 Rutgers U. L. Rev. 1015 (2018).