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Amanda L. Fernandez - Miami, FL

1000 Brickell AvenueSuite 1020 Miami, FL 33131

Updated: 03/07/2019

Miami Complex Business Litigation Lawyer

Overview

Ms. Fernandez practices in the areas of Complex Business Litigation, Labor and Employment Litigation, Receivership and Securities Litigation, and Bankruptcy and Creditors’ Rights. Ms. Fernandez is a member of the Florida Bar and is admitted to practice in the United States District Court for the Southern and Middle Districts of Florida. Prior to joining Damian & Valori LLP as an attorney, Ms. Fernandez was a law clerk with the firm. Ms. Fernandez was also a Certified Legal Intern with the Delaware County District Attorney’s Office and Villanova’s Farmworker Legal Aid Clinic. Ms. Fernandez received her law degree from Villanova University School of Law (J.D. May 2013) and was a member and Director of External Competitions for the Villanova Law Moot Court Board. Upon graduation, Ms. Fernandez was awarded the Moot Court Distinguished Service Award and the Dorothy Day Pro Bono Award. Ms. Fernandez was also the President of the Hispanic American Law Student Association. Before attending law school, Ms. Fernandez graduated with honors from Florida International University in 2009, receiving a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science with a Minor in History.

About Amanda L. Fernandez

Practice Areas

  • Complex Business Litigation
  • Receivership and Securities Litigation
  • Bankruptcy and Creditors’ Rights
  • Labor & Employment Litigation

Office Information

Address

1000 Brickell AvenueSuite 1020 Miami, FL 33131

Fax

  • (305) 371-3965

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