Amy Ramsey partners with her clients to develop innovative and practical solutions to employment-related issues, leveraging more than two decades of legal experience. An aggressive litigator with deep subject-matter knowledge, Amy employs a focused approach that is tailored to the legal issues, risks, and stakeholders involved. Her clients include companies in the hospitality, health care, retail, and manufacturing industries.
Clients benefit from Amy’s extensive experience defending wage and hour collective actions, class actions, and Private Attorneys General Act (PAGA) actions involving alleged misclassification, unpaid wages, and improper meal and rest periods. Amy is also adept at representing employers in a variety of other employment law matters, including disputes involving claims of discrimination, sexual and racial harassment, retaliation, and wrongful termination.
Amy helps employers address their legal conflicts with employees by assisting with the early resolution of a case or, when necessary, defending all phases of the case, through trial or arbitration. Clients appreciate that Amy minimizes unnecessary acrimony with opposing counsel to avoid costly motion practice, which allows for a better focus on material issues and faster outcomes.
As a trusted advisor, Amy provides advice, counsel, and trainings for management on wage and hour policies and practices, the prevention of harassment and discrimination, and other problems that could lead to litigation. She also conducts employment practice audits.
Amy writes and speaks frequently on California and national wage and hour, management, and workplace legal developments and strategies.
Before joining Epstein Becker Green, Amy spent two decades at another national employment and labor law firm. During law school, she was the general editor of the DePaul Law Review.