Amee Mikacich advises clients in product and premises liability, labor and employment, and commercial litigation matters. She defends matters throughout California and in Oregon and Texas.
Amee is involved in many prestigious legal organizations, including the American Board of Trial Advocates. She is also a fellow in the Litigation Counsel of America. As a member of the Board of Governors for California Women Lawyers (CWL), Amee advocates for women in and out of the legal profession. She is the Immediate Past President of the CWL.
Before joining Hinshaw, Amee practiced at a San Francisco-based international firm for nearly five years. She also spent over two decades practicing at a litigation firm in Oakland, CA.
- American Board of Trial Advocates
- California Board of Directors, 2022 – Present
- San Francisco Chapter, Vice President, 2022 – Present
- Bar Association of San Francisco
- Litigation Section
- California Women Lawyers, Immediate Past President; President, 2018 – 2019; President-Elect, 2017 – 2018
- Board of Governors
- Foundation Board
- Litigation Counsel of America, Fellow
- Queen's Bench Bar Association, President, 2010 – 2011
- San Francisco Superior Court
- Bench/Bar ADR Committee, Appointed Member
- Women Lawyers of Alameda County
Honors & Awards
- Recognized on the Super Lawyers list by Northern California Super Lawyers magazine, 2005, 2010 – 2015
- Lytle v. Berkeley Unified School District, Alameda County, Race, retaliation, and disability discrimination tried to verdict.
- Dyer v. Ford Motor Company, San Francisco County, Products liability, brake defect, wrongful death.
- Gambucci v. Oakfabco, Inc., Los Angeles County, Products liability, personal injury case against boiler manufacturer resulting in dismissal at trial.
- Bulnes v. Caltrain, San Mateo County, Railroad crossing fatality tried to verdict.
- Bergquist v. General Motors Corp., Los Angeles County, Product liability mesothelioma tried to verdict.
- Ledford v. General Motors Corp., Los Angeles County, Product liability mesothelioma tried to verdict.
- Davis v. Bay Area Rapid Transit District, Alameda County, Premises liability and elevator-related personal injury tried to verdict.
- Kennedy v. Bay Area Rapid Transit District, Alameda County, Rapid Transit District charged with negligent operation of train and injury to child, tried to verdict.
- Porter v. Bay Area Rapid Transit District, Alameda County, Train versus pedestrian-related quadriplegia tried to verdict.
- DSC v. Negrin, E.D. Texas, Breach of contract, industrial espionage and intellectual property.
"Dismissed with Prejudice: A Discussion on Race and the Trial of Civil Cases," American Board of Trial Advocates San Francisco Chapter, Webinar, March 10, 2022
"Transition to Leadership," California Women Lawyers Annual Conference, San Diego, CA, April 2017
- "Pathways to Partnership," California Women Lawyers Annual Conference, Concord, CA, May, 2016
- February 3, 2020
- Gene Brown and Amee Mikacich Provide Trial Lawyer Practitioner Insights in "Masters in Trial™" ProgramNovember 18, 2019
- September 14, 2018
- January 9, 2018Six Attorneys Bolster Firm's Strength in ERISA and Healthcare Litigation, Commercial Litigation, Product Liability and Insurance Coverage