Amy Salberg

Amy Salberg

Legal Services that Help Business Owners Sleep at Night


For 25 years, Amy has provided practical legal advice clients can use to make sound business decisions, helping business owners avoid costly legal issues so they can devote their time and resources to developing their business. When problems arise, she represents businesses in court and arbitration, applying years of litigation experience to helping achieve results.

Typical clients are mid-sized businesses and financial institutions. Clients include finance companies, online merchants and service providers, automobile dealers, manufacturers, technology companies, and businesses involved in various commercial activities.

Business owners appreciate Amy’s approach:  “I felt comfortable and more at ease that Amy handled everything. I could sleep at night because it was in her hands. I set standards very high and Amy met them; it was a wonderful experience.” (Carla S., business owner; business transactions client.) “She changed my whole opinion of working with a lawyer; she’s very comfortable. If anyone is looking for a lawyer to work with, it is a no-brainer for me to recommend Amy.” (Matt K., business owner; business transactions client.) Clients in litigation, compliance, and contract law have also referred to Amy as “thorough in her analysis,” “ready to lend a hand at the drop of a hat,” described her “response rate as incredible,” and stated “Amy cuts to the chase and asks the right questions; she makes the right recommendations.”

Philosophy behind our business law advice

You know best how to run your business. Our role is to help protect it from legal liability. With an appropriate business structure, sound contracts, and solid compliance advice, Salberg Tuffnell Law’s clients can sleep at night knowing we are watching for legal issues while they run their businesses.

Areas of practice

Business and Commercial Law and Litigation

  • Business and Commercial Litigation
  • Corporate Law
  • Contract Drafting and Negotiation
  • Regulatory Compliance
  • Electronic Commerce and
    Commercial Web Sites
  • Consumer Financial Services Law
  • Business Purchases and Sales
  • Employment Law
  • Consumer Disputes
  • Privacy Law
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