Amanda's general litigation practice focuses on complex corporate and commercial disputes, with a particular emphasis on civil fraud, employment litigation and securities litigation disputes and investigations. Amanda has experience managing all aspects of investigative and enforcement actions, matters pertaining to securities regulatory and enforcement matters, internal investigations (including multi-jurisdictional investigations involving allegations of fraud and corruption), shareholder disputes and claims relating to post-employment obligations. Additionally, Amanda also has extensive experience in obtaining and defending Norwich orders, Mareva injunctions, Anton Pillar orders, orders in regard to fraudulent conveyances, restitution orders and disclosure orders and in the enforcement of civil judgments.
Amanda has motion, application, trial and appeal experience before all courts in Ontario. In addition, she regularly appears before a number of administrative and regulatory boards and tribunals, including the Ontario Labour Relations Board and the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal.
Amanda currently sits on the executive of the Canadian chapter of the Women's White Collar Defense Association.
While attending the University of Windsor, Faculty of Law, Amanda competed in the Arnup Cup Trial Advocacy Competition as a member of the winning team. Amanda also competed in the Pace International Criminal Law Moot Competition in New York, where she was recognized as the top oralist in her round of the competition; and in the Sopinka Cup advocacy competition.