Amanda focuses on white collar defense and has extensive experience representing clients in complex environments, including regulatory compliance matters, government investigations, and whistleblower cases. On behalf of her clients, Amanda brings to bear sound judgment, creative thinking, and unwavering dedication. In addition to representing individuals, Amanda advises financial companies and institutions on anti-money laundering, anti-bribery, and sanctions compliance. She regularly prepares clients for meetings with federal prosecutors, regulatory agencies, and congressional committees, in some cases serving as first chair.
Notably, Amanda has represented two international financial institutions in connection with the Department of Justice’s (DOJ) Swiss Bank Program and served as pool counsel to a number of bank employees in connection with the DOJ’s investigation into the Panama Papers leak. She has also worked on a number of securities fraud cases, including market manipulation and insider trading actions brought by U.S. Attorney’s Offices and the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
Amanda maintains an active pro bono practice, representing individuals in cases involving alleged false statements and due process violations.
Prior to joining WMH, Amanda practiced in the litigation department of a large global law firm, where she worked on government investigations and white collar fraud cases. During law school, she served as an intern to the Honorable Ronald L. Ellis, Magistrate Judge in the Southern District of New York (SDNY).
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Serve as counsel to a whistleblower in a qui tam action involving visa fraud in the healthcare space.
Served as counsel to a high-profile whistleblower in the Cambridge Analytica matter who has testified before Special Counsel, DOJ, the SEC, and various congressional committees.
Served as counsel in a billion-dollar securities fraud case in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York.
Served as counsel in a racketeering investigation in the U.S. District Court for the EDNY.
Served on leadership team of the independent monitor of Höegh Autoliners, appointed in March 2018 by the DOJ Antitrust Division, pursuant to a corporate plea to criminal conspiracy to engage in bid rigging and price fixing in the market for international shipping services for roll-on, roll-off cargo.
Represented analyst in an insider trading case in the Southern District of New York, securing a complete dismissal of all charges.
- Federal Bar Council American Inn of Court