Amy Iannone has practiced law for 27 years, and more than 22 of those years have been in the construction/design industry. Amy received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Indiana University - Bloomington, her law (JD) degree from Santa Clara University School of Law, and her Masters of Corporate and Finance Law (L.L.M.) from Wayne State University Law School. Upon graduation, she served as a law clerk in the United States District Court for the Northern District of California, and subsequently went into private practice. Amy’s design/construction experience includes Hobbs + Black Associates, Inc. and Barton Malow Company.
In 2013, Amy joined DPR Construction where she leads the company’s insurance risk management. Amy handles contract review and negotiation, claims management and client counseling. She also participates in the review and procurement of numerous project-specific and controlled insurance programs, both owner-sponsored and contractor-sponsored.
Amy is an active participant in the Construction Risk Management Steering Committee for the Associated General Contractors of America. Amy also serves on the American Bar Association (ABA) Forum on Construction Law’s Division 5, General Contractors, Steering Committee, having served as Division 5’s past chair. Amy is an active member and published author in the ABA Construction Law Forum. She co-wrote the following: “Construction Checklists: A Guide to Frequently Encountered Construction Issues” for the ABA Forum on the Construction Industry in August 2008, “OCIPS, CCIPS, and Project Policies” for The Construction Lawyer in the Summer of 2009, and “Chapter 10: Controlled Insurance Programs for Construction Insurance,” A Guide for Attorneys and Other Professionals for the ABA Forum on the Construction Industry in 2011. Outside of work, Amy’s interests include rowing, cooking and theater.