The Mediate Now™

Virtual Litigation with Pioneering Trial Attorney, Amy M. Stewart!

Episode Summary

Amy M. Stewart, Founding Partner at Stewart Law Group in Dallas, Texas, ​talk about Amy's experience trying the first virtual jury trial in the United States, their mutual love and appreciation for mediation, and Winter gives Amy an in depth, behind-the-scenes look at what mediation really means to her and how she intends to use this podcast to bring mediation to all people! Of course they'll give advice on how mediation fundamentals can improve your entire life! Are you ready? Let's get to it!

Episode Notes

Amy M. Stewart leads the only minority and woman-owned law firm in Dallas that focuses on areas of general civil litigation, labor and employment, contracts, product liability, arbitrations, personal injury, and insurance defense. She is a frequent speaker at local, state, and national legal and non-legal conferences on several subjects.

Amy has been honored with numerous industry awards, including the 2020 Texas Minority Counsel Program Trailblazer of the Year, 2021 Best Lawyers in America, 2021 Lawdragon 500 Leading U.S. Corporate Employment Lawyers, 2020 America’s Top 100 Personal Injury Attorneys, 2020 National Black Lawyers Top 100, 2020 & 2019 Dallas Bar Association’s Presidential Citation, the 2019 Dallas Business Journal Minority Business Owner Award, 2019 American Bar Association 100 Women Who Inspire Us Award, and is a five-time Super Lawyers honoree. 


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*Information shared in this episode is anecdotal only. Results for a mediation cannot be guaranteed.*