Amanda M. Gatti

  • Areas of Practice

    • Litigation

I am not just a trial attorney, I am a problem solver. I help business owners and professionals find practical solutions to help protect and maintain their livelihoods. Whether it is in the courtroom or at the negotiating table, my approach to litigation is fearless but thoughtful. I resolve my clients’ issues so they can focus on their businesses and careers with peace of mind.


Building strong, lasting relationships with my clients is very important to me. I learn who my clients are, what their business is about, and what specific issues they face so I can successfully and efficiently develop a strategy that yields the best result for them. I foster these relationships through open and honest communication, always keeping my clients appraised of their case every step of the way, and proving that I can be both a reliable and accessible resource to my clients whenever they need me.


No matter the case, my clients trust that I have their back and will put their interests before my own.

  • Experience
      • Experience includes litigating a wide range of civil disputes, including breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, misappropriation of trade secrets, fraud, deceptive practices/business torts, landlord/tenant issues, and restrictive covenants
      • Experience representing employers in labor and employment disputes in both state and federal court, as well as before administrative agencies such as OSHA, OCRC and EEOC
      • Experience representing attorneys, accountants, and healthcare professionals in cases involving allegations of professional malpractice
      • Represents and counsels businesses, business owners and individuals on a variety of commercial issues, including the use and protection of intellectual property
      • Joined Buckingham in 2017
      • Prior to joining the firm, Amanda worked as a law clerk and associate at Reminger Co., LPA, and as an associate at Janik, LLP
      • Previously served as a judicial extern to the Honorable Judge Stuart A. Friedman of the Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas, and as a summer intern for the Parma Municipal Court.
  • Education & Admissions
      • Case Western Reserve University School of Law, Cleveland, Ohio (J.D., 2011)
        • Hugo Grotius International Law Scholarship Recipient
        • Jonathan M. Ault Mock Trial Team Participant, 2009 – 2011
      • Ohio University, Athens, Ohio (B.A., 2008)
    • Admissions
      • Ohio Bar
      • Northern District of Ohio
  • Professional & Civic Involvement
      • Member: Ohio Women’s Bar Foundation, At Large Trustee, 2015 – Present
      • Legal Advisor: Brecksville-Broadview Heights High School Mock Trial Team, 2013 – Present
      • Member: Ohio Women’s Bar Association, Judicial Selection Committee, 2013 – Present

      Past Affiliations

      • Partner in Justice: Legal Aid Society of Cleveland
      • Member: Catholic Lawyers Guild
      • Committee Member: Ohio Women’s Bar Association, Giving Back Statewide Event Planning Committee
      • Member: Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association Civility and Professionalism Task Force
      • Committee Member: Ohio Women’s Bar Association, Annual Meeting Planning Committee
      • Volunteer: Lake County Settlement Week, Mediator
      • Volunteer: Legal Aid Society of Cleveland
  • Presentations & Publications
    • <strong>Presentations:</strong> <ul> <li>“Social Media and Other Technology Issues in the Modern Workplace” Ohio State Bar Association, Basics of Employment Law CLE Seminar (co-presenter, 2016)</li> <li>“Being an Expert on Retaining Experts: A How-To Guide for the New Attorney,” Federal Bar Association New Lawyer Training Program (2013)</li> <li>“Understanding National Union Fire Ins. Co. v. Wuerth,” Ohio Common Pleas Judges Association, Winter Conference (contributing author, 2011).</li> <li>“Prescription Practices,” Best Practices for Minimizing Risk in the Physician-Patient Relationship (contributing author, 2011).</li> </ul> <strong>Publications:</strong> <ul> <li>"Affordable Care Act Update," <em>Academy of Medicine of Northern Ohio Physicians Journal</em> (co-author, 2013)</li> <li>"Ohio Court Clarifies the Limited Application of the Medical Professional Judgment Rule," <em>Reminger Report</em> (2013)</li> <li>"Why a Women’s Initiative?" <em>DRI Sharing Success Newsletter</em> (co-author, 2013)</li> <li>"Proposed Amendment to Procedural Rule to affect Commencing a Medical Malpractice Claim," <em>Reminger Report</em> (co-author, 2012).</li> <li>"Affidavits of Merit Must be Specific When Filed in Ohio Medical Malpractice Actions," <em>Reminger Report</em> (2012)</li> <li>"Medical Malpractice Summary of Ohio Law," <em>Reminger Circulation</em> (2011)</li> </ul>