Shumaker Names Amy L. Court as Bloomington, Minnesota Office Managing Partner

BLOOMINGTON, MN — Shumaker, a national law firm known for being a premier provider of legal and legislative solutions, is proud to announce that the Management Committee has selected Amy L. Court as the inaugural Office Managing Partner for its newly opened office in Bloomington, MN. The firm recently announced the establishment of the Bloomington office with the hire of five lateral partners as a continuation of its strategic U.S. expansion.

“Amy’s vision for growth and commitment to upholding the highest ethical standards, paired with her stellar reputation in the legal community, makes her the perfect choice to lead Shumaker’s Bloomington office into a bright and successful future,” shared Jennifer Compton, Chair of Shumaker’s Management Committee.  

With more than two decades of legal experience, Amy brings exceptional legal acumen and a deep commitment to client success to this esteemed role. As Bloomington’s Managing Partner, she will lead the office in setting strategic direction, fostering a collaborative environment, and ensuring that Shumaker continues to provide top-notch legal services to clients.

“I am excited to have the opportunity to lead the Bloomington office. The exceptional and entrepreneurial lawyers in the office, combined with our national network of offices, means we are uniquely positioned to serve clients wherever they have interests,” commented Amy.

Amy is a member of Shumaker’s Labor, Employment and Benefits Service Line, where she centers her practice on advising plan trustees and administrators regarding a wide variety of benefit matters. With steadfast dedication to her legal practice, Amy has achieved the designation of Certified Employee Benefits Specialist, a prestigious title earned from the International Foundation of Employee Benefits Plans. In addition, she is an experienced courtroom advocate and represents plan trustees in litigation of varying size in complexity in both state and federal courts at the district and appellate levels, frequently defending them against claims brought by plan participants.