Amy Walker Wagner
Areas of Practice
Loyola University - New Orleans, B.A., Political Science, 1992
United States Supreme Court
United States Courts of Appeals: Third Circuit and Fifth Circuit
United States District Courts: District of New Jersey, Southern and Eastern Districts of New York
Hon. Jack M. Sabatino, Superior Court of New Jersey, 2002-2003
Amy Walker Wagner, Partner
AV® Preeminent™ Peer Review Rated by Martindale-Hubbell® - http://www.martindale.com/Amy-Walker-Wagner/2909834-lawyer.htm*
Amy Walker Wagner’s main practice areas are complex commercial and intellectual property litigation. Prior to joining Stone & Magnanini, Ms. Wagner was associated with Boies, Schiller & Flexner LLP where she was actively engaged in successfully representing a global insurance firm in a Multi-District Litigation and before the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals. In addition, Ms. Wagner has assisted in the counseling of clients on complex matters dealing with contractual, employment, constitutional, legislative, and white-collar criminal issues.
Ms. Wagner served as a law clerk to the Honorable Jack M. Sabatino of the Superior Court of New Jersey (2002 – 2003) and as a law clerk to the Honorable Jose L. Linares of the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey (2004 – 2006).
Recently Ms. Wagner was selected for inclusion in New Jersey’s 2012 Top Rated Lawyers® Guide for Commercial Litigation, Government Law, and Intellectual Property Law.
A. W. Wagner, “Maintaining Competence in Your Legal Practice in the Face of Technological Advancement,” The Bencher (American Inns of Court) (Nov./Dec. 2015)
R. Hedges and A. W. Wagner, “Competence With Electronically Stored Information: What Does It Mean In the Context of Litigation and How Can Attorneys Achieve It?”, Privacy & Security Law Report, 14 PVLR 1311 (Bloomberg BNA) (July 20, 2015)
R. Hedges and A. W. Wagner, “Competence With Electronically Stored Information: What Does It Mean In the Context of Litigation and How Can Attorneys Achieve It?”, Digital Discovery & e-Evidence,” 15 DDEE 134 (Bloomberg BNA) (Apr. 2, 2015)
Case Comment, The South Carolina Supreme Court Declares, Even With No Remaining Economically Viable Use, You Snooze on Your Investment-Backed Expectations and You Lose Your Just Compensation, 32 Rutgers L.J. 1446 (2001).
“Government Investigations 2016: Handling Corporate Investigations Resulting from a Breach of Electronic Information and Parallel Proceedings,” Practising Law Institute Live CLE (March 21, 2016)
“The Ethical Implications of Electronically Stored Information,” American Law Institute Continuing Legal Education Live and Video Webcast CLE (November 10, 2015).
“Electronically Stored Information and Competence: What An Attorney Must Know and How to Learn It,” Bloomberg BNA CLE Live Audio Webcast (May 27, 2015).
“E-Discovery Primer? How to Gather and Use Electronically Stored Information (ESI),” New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education Live CLE (March 24, 2015 and April 21, 2015).
“Ethical Issues Involving Electronically Stored Info,” New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education Live CLE (December 15, 2014).
“Ethics of ESI,” National Business Institute Live CLE Audio Webinar (December 11, 2014).
“Ethics & Electronically Stored Information (ESI),” New Jersey Institute of Continuing Education Seminar (May 29, 2014).
“The Ethical Implications of Electronically Stored Information,” ALI-CLE Video Webcast (April 8, 2014).
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