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Amanda concentrates her practice on representing health care providers in a variety of matters, including litigation under the False Claims Act, Anti-Kickback Statute, related state statutes, and Article 78 proceedings; regulatory and transactional issues; not-for-profit formations and dissolutions; and applications for NYS Department of Health licensure.

Amanda’s clients include, among others, adult care and assisted living facilities, nursing homes, licensed home care services agencies, OPWDD providers, pharmacies, and substance use disorder and mental health treatment providers.

Amanda also has experience supporting litigation related to employment and medical malpractice; advising on and participating in the development of policies and educational materials based on changes to state and federal health care litigation, regulations, and legislative developments; conducting research pertaining to the Affordable Care Act, the Americans With Disabilities Act, and the Medicare Shared Savings Program; and conducting demographic health care surveys.

Selected Memberships & Affiliations

  • Barclay Damon’s Women’s Forum
  • University of Houston Law Center, the Advocates, Former Associate Board Member
  • University of Houston Law Center, Black Law Students Association, Former Member
  • University of Houston Law Center, Hispanic Law Students Association, Former Member

Prior Experience

  • University of Houston Office of Compliance and Ethics, Assistant Compliance Officer and Director of Policy Management
  • Hodges & Foty, LLP, Law Clerk
  • Peak Performers, Temporary Appeal Tribunal Hearing Officer
  • Houston Methodist Hospital, Business Practices (Compliance) Extern
  • Wilems Resource Group, Health Care Compliance Associate
  • TIRR Memorial Hermann Hospital Independent Living Research Utilization Program, Legal Intern
  • RediClinic, Clinic Assistant

Selected Honors

  • Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch in America®: Health Care Law, 2024
  • University of Houston Law Center, Lex Frieden Endowed Scholarship for Health Law
  • University of Houston Law Center, Lorance Thompson Negotiation Competition, Semifinalist, 2020

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We’re excited to announce Barclay Damon’s combination with Washington DC–based Shapiro, Lifschitz & Schram. SLS’s 10 lawyers, three paralegals, and four administrative staff will join Barclay Damon while maintaining their current office in DC’s central business district. Our clients will benefit from SLS’s corporate, real estate, finance, and construction litigation experience and national energy-industry profile, and their clients from our full range of services.

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