Amanda represents businesses, nonprofits, executives, and entrepreneurs in high-stakes commercial and white-collar litigation. She combines tenacity, a strategic eye, and a talent for crafting creative, well-supported arguments to deliver outstanding results for her clients.
Versatility is a hallmark of Amanda’s practice. Plaintiffs and defendants across numerous industries – including health care, technology, startups, entertainment, real estate, financial services, education, social services, and energy – turn to her for assistance in addressing a broad range of legal challenges, from complex commercial and criminal cases to regulatory and internal investigations. As a former judicial clerk, Amanda is well-versed in the federal and state court systems and seamlessly interfaces with various government entities, including the New York Attorney General’s Office, DOJ, and SEC. Whether advising clients embroiled in investigations, defending them against litigation, or helping them decide whether to bring suit or seek a pre-litigation settlement, she guides individuals and entities alike toward the solution that matches their objectives.
Amanda brings a unique perspective to her work with corporate clients. She served as Head of Legal at a VC-backed startup, where she oversaw everything from litigation and fundraising to intellectual property development, privacy and security, contract drafting and review, employment matters and more. This experience helps her partner closely with other General Counsels looking to get practical and expedited solutions to tough in-house challenges.
Amanda maintains an active reproductive rights pro bono practice. She is the Founder and Executive Director of The Jane Network, a nonprofit dedicated to advancing reproductive freedom in Florida through advocacy and pro bono legal representation.
Before joining Sher Tremonte, Amanda was an associate at Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP, where she worked on a large securities class action matter, bankruptcy cases, internal investigations, arbitrations, and several pro bono matters.