Amanda L. Fernandez
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.
Ms. Fernandez is a member of the Board of Directors for the Cuban American Bar Association (CABA). She has also chaired the CABA CLE Committee for the past three years and created a CLE series called “Desayuno con CABA,” where she organizes monthly CLE’s for members that range from topics such as mental health and wellness for attorneys to cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, and blockchain technology for law firms. She is also Chair of the 2019 AIT Uncorked event for CABA , is active with The Florida Bar and is a Past Chair of the Business Litigation Committee of the Business Law Section.
Ms. Fernandez was recognized by South Florida Business & Wealth Magazine’s Up & Comer Awards for 2019. She was also recognized by her peers as a Rising Star in Florida Super Lawyers Magazine in 2017 and 2018.
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.
Publications: Business Torts: A State-by-State Survey of the Economic Loss Doctrine, Chapter 11, Recent Developments in Business and Corporate Litigation (2014 ed. Vol I)