Amy Bower's practice focuses on personal injury defense as well as commercial, financial and real estate litigation. She is involved with all phases of litigation, including management of large-scale discovery, dispositive motions and trial preparation.
Experienced in efficient management of all phases of e-discovery, she advises clients on issues related to journaling solutions, document retention, collection, analysis, production and more specialized areas, including the implementation of litigation holds and ensuring all data is collected, preserved and secured to avoid unnecessary discovery disputes in the course of litigation.
Prior to joining our firm, Amy served as the Industry Affairs Assistant for the National Beer Wholesalers Association, where she monitored the legislative and regulatory activities pertaining to the organization for the 50 states and assisted the Association’s nonprofit foundation. She currently assists local brewers with their operational needs such as forming LLCs and drafting leases.
While in law school, Amy served as a Special Assistant to the Hon. Wayne M. Creech, Ninth Judicial Circuit Family Court Judge, while working on the Family Court Bench Book Project. She was also a Legal Research and Writing Teaching Fellow at the Charleston School of Law.