No business likes to find itself involved in litigation. But if you are, we at Taylor English are committed to providing efficient and cost-effective legal services with minimal intrusion into your day-to-day business. Our job is to get you back to yours.
Amy Weber represents clients in business and commercial litigation disputes involving closely held businesses or small to midsized business. Her practice spans from magistrate state matters to multimillion-dollar federal court business disputes. Although her practice is broadly focused, with the ability to assist in any legal matter related to the business of doing business, her main focus in any legal representation continues to be service to the client and management of expectations with respect to the legal process.
Ms. Weber’s clients include those in the manufacturing, financial institution, and customer service sector. Her courtroom experience enables her to advocate in both routine court matters and in those where extraordinary equitable relief is sought: injunctions, receivers, and foreclosures. Ms. Weber advises her business clients on the formation, structure of new ventures, and strategies for operation to minimize future litigation.
Ms. Weber regularly represents businesses in contract disputes and matters against suppliers, customers or contractors. She represents creditors in bankruptcy. In addition, she represents shareholders and members in disputes with each other. Finally, she handles property disputes between landowners, landlords or tenants. In countless instances, she has negotiated successful resolutions of claims in lieu of going to court.
Outside of the practice of law, Ms. Weber is an ultramarathon trail runner and an avid CrossFitter.
State Bar of Georgia
Cobb County Bar Association
Cobb County Bar Association, Business Law & Litigation Section
Cobb Justice Foundation
Atlanta Legal Justice Foundation
Cobb Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, Member, 2015
Cobb Chamber of Commerce Chairman’s Club, Member
Cobb Chamber of Commerce Governmental Relations Committee, Member
Cobb Executive Women, Member
Our representation of financial institutions include representing financial institutions who purchased assets from the FDIC. Taylor English routinely files suit on behalf of the purchasing bank and against borrowers on loans made by the defunct financial institution. In a particular litigation, the borrower argued summary judgment was improper because the terms of the Loss Share Agreement, not discovered, was relevant to establishing the purchasing ...
A widow living out of state contacted Taylor English seeking representation against a Georgia limited liability company for repayment of a business loan. The widow’s husband who had loaned the funds to the business passed unexpectedly. The only evidence of the loan was a personal check from the deceased to the business. Although the widow had been previously told the oral agreement was unenforceable, we were able to recover most of the loan proceeds in a structured ...
After representing a client corporation in the sale of its stock in a target company to a purchaser, collateralized by the target company’s stock, a default occurred. The client suspected the purchaser was draining the assets of the target company and filed suit against the purchaser for an accounting. The accounting revealed extension siphoning of assets of the target company by the purchaser. Pursuant to the terms of the stock purchase agreement, the ...
Our client, an art dealer, hired a third-party to install art pieces in a hotel. The installation went poorly and the client had to tear out the work and re-install the art. The third-party installer sued the client for non-payment. The client successfully defended against all claims of the third-party and recovered all the expenses it incurred repairing and re-doing the work of the third-party.
Our client, a financial institution, sought to recover from a borrower for an unpaid loan. The borrower denied liability and brought a claim for fraudulent inducement, fraudulent misrepresentation, and intentional infliction of emotional distress. The trial court granted judgment in favor of the financial institution and denied the borrower’s claims. Although it may appear this was a typical breach of contract case, it was unique because the bank was sued ...
- February 2, 2016
- "Leaders of Cobb: Amy Weber, Attorney at Taylor English Duma LLP,": Pages 21-22May/June 2014
- April 1, 2014
- May 10, 2016
- Litigation and Dispute Resolution
- Creditors' Rights and Bankruptcy
- Financial Institutions
- Higher Education
- Lending and Corporate Finance
- Real Estate
Mercer University Walter F. George School of Law, JD, 1999
California State University, Dominguez Hills, BS, 1993
Courts & Adjudicative Bodies
Court of Appeals of Georgia
Supreme Court of Georgia
U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia
U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit