Amy D. Christensen

Firm: Christensen & Prezeau, PLLP
Location: Helena - MT

  • 14 N. Last Chance Gulch, Suite 300
    Helena, MT 59601
  • Tel : 406-442-3690
  • Fax : 406-603-4008

Amy D. Christensen is the managing partner of Christensen & Prezeau, PLLP. She has nearly twenty years of experience litigating cases in state and federal court involving employment matters, health care, and professional liability. She has also appeared on behalf of clients before numerous administrative agencies involving matters such as discrimination and retaliation, unemployment insurance, wage and hour, and professional licensing. In addition to her litigation practice, Amy advises a wide variety of large and small employers on legal matters related to performance management, termination, disability accommodation, workplace investigations, personnel policies, employment contracts, overtime compensation, and compliance with state and federal employment laws. Prior to forming Christensen & Prezeau, Amy was the managing partner at Hughes, Kellner, Sullivan and Alke, PLLP, where she had worked for sixteen years.

Practice Areas

Labor & Employment Law
Administrative Law
Health Care Law
Civil Litigation
Professional Negligence Defense

Bar Admissions

Montana, 1997
U.S. District Court, District of Montana


1992 – B.S., University of Notre Dame (high honors)
1997 – J.D., University of Colorado

Community Involvement

Faculty, Labor and Employment Conference
Chair, Board of Public Assistance

Professional Affiliations

State Bar of Montana
First Judicial District Bar Association
Montana Defense Trial Lawyers
Defense Research Institute
Fellow, Litigation Counsel of America (by invitation)

Awards and Honors

Premier Employment Lawyers, Exclusive Featured Attorney Representing Helena MT
AV Preeminent, Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Rating
Martindale-Hubbell Labor and Employment Top Rated Lawyers
Martindale-Hubbell Healthcare Top Rated Lawyers
2015 Bar Register of Preeminent Attorneys – Listed Lawyer
Top Band Ranking in Chambers and Partners

Christensen & Prezeau, PLLP

Christensen & Prezeau’s experienced attorneys regularly advise employers in ways to manage employee performance issues, prepare legally compliant personnel policies, appropriately document personnel matters, and minimize risk. We regularly counsel management clients on issues relating to wrongful discharge, discrimination and harassment, retaliation, wage and hour, FMLA, unemployment insurance, and other types of employment matters. Our proactive approach to working with clients helps to avoid litigation in the first instance. When that is not possible, our guidance helps employers be better prepared to defend employment-related claims. We provide employment litigation defense in state and federal court and before administrative agencies. We also review employment contracts and conduct investigations into allegations of hostile work environment and other workplace disputes.