Ami focuses her practice in business litigation, helping individuals and companies reach solutions to their business disputes. She has experience representing both plaintiffs and defendants in high-stakes litigation across a wide variety of areas, ranging from healthcare-related matters, to food and supplement labeling, employer-whistleblower defense, debt collection practices, and breach of contract cases. Ami has also served as outside in-house counsel for a Minnesota company, helping to direct litigation strategy and efficiently resolve matters.
Before joining Robins Kaplan, Ami attended the University of Wisconsin Law School, where she spent much of her time honing her written and oral advocacy skills. She competed on the University of Wisconsin Mock Trial team and Moot Court team. Ami also competed on, and later coached, the University of Wisconsin Vis Team. This took her to Hong Kong where she vied against hundreds of law students from around the world in an international commercial arbitration competition. Ami was also a Note and Comment Editor of the University of Wisconsin International Law Journal.
Represents national healthcare insurance company in various lawsuits arising from fraudulent pass-through billing scheme.
Represented asylum seeker in successful petition for asylum following years of persecution and torture in his home country.
Represented client who brought lawsuit against the Department of Justice and Drug Enforcement Administration related to the government’s failure to respond to Freedom of Information Act request, resulting in favorable result in the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Second chaired a jury trial, representing plaintiffs in a financial fraud suit that resulted in a plaintiffs’ verdict.
Served on trial team representing one of the world’s largest debt-collection companies against claims brought under the Federal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, resulting in defense verdict on all claims.
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