Amy Crafts is an Associate in the Litigation & Dispute Resolution Department and focuses on commercial litigation, including antitrust, government investigations, intellectual property and privacy. She represents a wide variety of clients, ranging from public and private companies to government entities and individuals, in all phases of litigation, including pre-litigation strategy and negotiation; state and federal trials and appeals; and arbitrations and mediations. Amy also regularly speaks and counsels clients on a variety of privacy issues, including compliance with state data security laws and the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act.
Amy is a member of the Boston office’s hiring committee and The Proskauer Women's Alliance. She is also a Boston office designee on the firm’s Pro Bono Committee and received its Golden Gavel Award in 2008. Her pro bono efforts focus on urban youth and victims of domestic violence. She is a board member of the Youth Advocacy Foundation and serves as pro bono counsel for YouthBuild Boston. In addition, Amy spearheaded and facilitates the firm’s successful 209A Domestic Violence Initiative in collaboration with the Middlesex District Attorney’s Office, for which she has been recognized by both the firm and the Middlesex District Attorney.
Prior to joining Proskauer in 2005, Amy was a litigation associate at Hunton & Williams LLP in New York.