Amy Hall represents plaintiffs and defendants in federal and state courts across the country. Her practice spans a variety of subjects, including intellectual property, complex commercial, business disputes, and mass tort litigation.
In Certain Power Semiconductors, and Mobile Devices and Computers Containing Same and components thereof, Amy represented Arigna Technology in an International Trade Commission Investigation into allegations that Apple, TCL and other major mobile and technology companies infringe Arigna’s semiconductor patent. The case against Apple went to trial in the ITC, where Amy examined several key experts in the matter, including Arigna’s technical expert in electrical engineering. Separate cases were settled with Microsoft, Lenovo, Motorola, Samsung, Google, OnePlus, TCL prior to trial.
In another case on behalf of Arigna against Apple, Amy won claim construction after arguing a patent term at a Markman hearing in front of Judge Albright. She is now preparing for that trial in the Western District of Texas later this year.
Amy is also part of the legal team representing Live Nation in the widely followed Astroworld mass tort litigation. She has handled the depositions of many plaintiffs and is deeply involved in the discovery phase of the cases.
Amy joined Susman Godfrey after clerking on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit for the Honorable Leslie H. Southwick. Before clerking, she graduated with high honors from the University of Texas School of Law. There she served as the Chief Articles Editor for the Texas Law Review and was named Keeper of the Peregrinus for the 2020 Chancellors Class, awarded to the student(s) with the fourth-highest GPA.
Before law school, Amy graduated summa cum laude from the Honors College at the University of Mississippi, where she double-majored in Economics and Public Policy Leadership. The Ole Miss student body elected her as student government secretary in a campus-wide election. She was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa and Phi Kappa Phi, and she was a recipient of Ole Miss’s most prestigious academic award, the Taylor Medal.
Honors & Distinctions
Honors and Awards
- Phi Beta Kappa
- Order of the Coif
- Dean’s Achievement Awards: Legal Analysis & Communication, Persuasive Writing & Advocacy, Contracts, and Professional Responsibility.
- Supreme Court Clinic
- Chancellors Class 2020
- Chief Articles Editor, Texas Law Review (Vol. 98)
- Honorable Leslie H. Southwick, United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit
- The University of Texas School of Law (J.D., with High Honors, 2020)
- The University of Mississippi (B.A., Economics and Public Policy Leadership, summa cum laude, 2017)
- Which Self Should the Law Target? An Analysis of Behavioral Biases in Criminal-Punishment Regimes, 98 Texas. L. Rev. 163 (2019)