Amy Stoll

Amy Stoll grew up in St. Petersburg, Florida and graduated with high honors from the University of Florida, Fredric G. Levin College of Law. During her time as a student, she served as a notes and comments editor on the University of Florida Law Review. Prior to joining OLDER LUNDY KOCH & MARTINO, Amy worked at Barnett Bolt, P.A. following graduation from law school and ultimately became a partner in the firm’s commercial litigation department.

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My Experience

Amy Stoll

Amy has experience litigating various types of business disputes, including contract, shareholder, and partnership disputes, as well as real estate and insurance coverage cases. Amy devotes a portion of her practice to employment law, not only litigating employment disputes, including EEOC administrative claims, but also advising employers on avoiding such claims before a termination or dispute occurs. Amy also litigates, drafts and advises clients on employment agreements, separation agreements and non-competition agreements.

In addition, Amy works closely with the firm’s estate planning attorneys in complex probate and trust disputes, representing both beneficiaries and fiduciaries who face potential disputes. A key factor in Amy’s approach to litigating will and trust contests is her recognition that understanding and managing family dynamics is important to achieving a resolution.

Amy embraces the firm’s philosophy of aggressively representing her clients while at the same time seeking to resolve disputes in the most efficient manner possible, with an emphasis on achieving the desired results with the least amount of expense and upset to the clients’ business and personal life. Amy seeks to understand her clients’ businesses and advise each client of all available options, including dispute resolution opportunities, always keeping her clients’ best interest at the forefront of every case. 

Amy is also a Florida Supreme Court Certified Circuit Court mediator. Her experience as a litigator has resulted in her involvement in a broad range of commercial business disputes and probate and trust matters. This litigation experience and knowledge of the law provides Amy with the tools necessary to successfully mediate litigation matters involving commercial, probate and trust disputes. Amy understands that the alternative dispute resolution process is often the best way, both emotionally and financially, to resolve a case for parties involved in litigation.

Professional Memberships and Associations:

  • The Florida Bar Association
  • Hillsborough County Bar Association
  • Florida Supreme Court Certified Circuit Court Mediator
  • Crossroads for Kids, Volunteer Pro-bono Attorney (past)

Area(s) of Practice

  • Corporate Litigation

  • Estate and Trust Litigation

  • Employment Law

  • Mediation & Alternative Dispute Resolution


  •  J.D. University of Florida, Fredric G. Levin College of Law, with high honors


  • B.A., Florida State University, cum laude



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