Amy Berg is an associate in Ice Miller’s Litigation and Intellectual Property Group. Her practice focuses on all aspects of intellectual property including patent, trademark, and copyright prosecution, licensing and litigation. Additionally, Amy has experience with regulatory issues, including federal and state environmental regulations.
In 2001, Amy obtained her Bachelor of Science, with Highest Distinction, from Purdue University in Agronomy specializing in Environmental Soil Science. Amy also received her Master of Science from Purdue University in Agronomy specializing in soil nutrient management and phosphorus chemistry.
Amy graduated, magna cum laude, from the Saint Louis University School of Law in Saint Louis, Missouri. While in law school, Amy was an editor of the Saint Louis University Law Journal. She also clerked with the Legal Services of Eastern Missouri, Saint Louis University Entrepreneurship and Community Development Legal Clinic, and an intellectual property law firm in Saint Louis, Missouri. Additionally, Amy was a judicial clerk for Judge Sherri B. Sullivan with the Missouri Court of Appeals for the Eastern District.
Prior to joining Ice Miller, Amy worked as a Project Manager in the State Cleanup Section of the Indiana Department of Environmental Management Office of Land Quality. Amy managed the investigation and remediation of sites contaminated with hazardous substances or petroleum products including, for example, dry cleaning facilities, petroleum refineries and unregulated underground storage tank sites.
Additionally, Amy was the Inorganic Laboratory Manager at A&L Great Lakes Laboratories in Fort Wayne, Indiana. She was tasked with the management of personnel and operations for the Inorganic Laboratory, which analyzed various drinking water, wastewater, soil, and biosolid samples. Amy was also responsible for the maintenance of laboratory equipment, reporting of analytical results to clients, and method development.
Amy is admitted to practice law in the State of Indiana, as well as the United States District Courts of the Northern and Southern Districts of Indiana.
Amy S. Berg, Note: Understanding the Relationship between the Doctrine of Patent Exhaustion and Self-Replicating Technologies after Bowman v. Monsanto Co., 59 St. Louis L.J. 187 (2014).
Amy S. Berg & Brad C. Joern, Sorption Dynamics of Organic and Inorganic Phosphorus Compounds in Soil, 35 J. Envtl. Quality, 1855 (2006).