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Amy Bice Larson

Partner

(248) 822-7821

Related Services

Product Liability

Advanced Technologies

Discovery / Employee

Depositions

E-Discovery Management

Fact Investigations

Regulatory

Education

J. Reuben Clark Law School, Brigham Young University J.D., magna cum laude, 2003

Brigham Young University, B.A. Political Science, 1999

Court Admissions

United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan

Michigan State Courts

Texas State Courts

Amy Bice Larson, licensed and active in both Michigan and Texas, has extensive experience in product liability cases. Her practice focuses on handling catastrophic cases involving product liability. She represents clients at all stages of litigation, from coordinating complex discovery as national discovery counsel for a major automotive manufacturer through representation at trial. Additionally, she has counseled clients in matters involving federal agencies, including the Federal Trade Commission and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Amy serves on the firm’s DE&I committee. She is passionate about the firm’s measurable commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion.

Product Liability

  • Co-counsel in a Texas federal court jury trial on behalf of automotive manufacturer involving catastrophic injuries to minor passenger in an SUV and claim of restraint system defect: No cause.
  • Assisted in Arizona jury trial on behalf of automotive manufacturer involving severe injuries to driver of a pickup truck and claim of sensing system defect: No cause.
  • Serves as national discovery counsel for a major automotive manufacturer.
  • Successfully argued numerous motions for protective order regarding the scope of depositions of corporate representatives, including orders to prevent deposition of apex-level executives.
  • Obtained an order for trade secret protection of highly proprietary manufacturer product data in a product liability action in Texas.
  • Negotiated terms of complex protective orders, including special orders to protect highly confidential financial information.
  • Assisted in managing and resolving multi-year, large-scale federal investigation response for Fortune 500 company involving cybersecurity practices.

Honors & Leadership

National Truman Scholar

Served as treasurer for the campaign of a successful judicial candidate for the Texas First Court of Appeals.

Regular contributor and participant in panels and events for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the legal industry.

Professional Activities

American Bar Association

Federal Bar Association

Publications & Presentations

“Diversity: From Adversity to Unity” Michigan Lawyers Weekly Webinar (March 2021).

“Securing Future Vehicles: Cybersecurity Product Design and Litigation Update” DRI Product Liability Conference (February 2018).

Understanding How Issues in Business Ethics Develop, Basingstoke: Palgrave. 2002. Chapter 5, “Corporate Ethics: The Role of Internal Compliance Programs Under the U.S. Sentencing Guidelines” (with Michael Goldsmith).

Presidential Studies. 1996. “Political Parties, Candidates, and Presidential Campaigns: 1952-1996,” (with Dr. Kelly Patterson).

For Fun

Traveled to over 25 countries and visited 49 of the 50 states.

Amy lives in Houston, Texas, with her husband and two sons.

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