Amy Berge’s priorities take their turns at the top
Amy Berge sees life’s priorities as going around on a Ferris wheel. The one at the top is the priority of the moment—until it moves down and another takes its place.
“They’re all important,” she says. “You’ve got your family, you’ve got yourself, your work, your extracurricular activities or service to the community. And they’re all on the Ferris wheel.”
For Berge, a director at Louisville’s Middleton Reutlinger, the ride is always full. The intellectual property attorney handles copyright and trademark law at her firm, which has the largest IP practice in Kentucky, according to Louisville Business First.
“I like to be knowledgeable and involved with businesses, and help them with their strategy and portfolio and the protection of their brand,” says Berge. “I do litigation as well.”
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