Amos is a founding partner of Freedman Normand Friedland LLP. Amos’s practice focuses on complex litigation, including antitrust, class action, insurance disputes, transnational, copyright and trademark, art, and fashion.
For over fifteen years, he has litigated numerous high-stakes actions for plaintiffs and defendants throughout the United States and internationally, including at Boies Schiller Flexner and Quinn Emanuel. He is currently litigating a handful of existent litigations regarding rep & warranty insurance coverage disputes. He and his team recently won a bench trial, following nearly five years of litigation, regarding an M&A dispute where the counterparty failed to close the transaction.
Amos regularly provides counsel to clients to assist them in assessing litigation risk and implications of sensitive business decisions, often under urgent time constraints. Amos has been named a New York Metro Area Super Lawyers “Rising Star” every year from 2015-2018; and a Super Lawyer in 2021 and 2022.
Amos was previously associated with Boies Schiller Flexner, Quinn Emanuel, and Wiggin and Dana. Before attending law school, Amos completed a doctorate in philosophy and spent two years teaching at McGill University. After law school, he helped design and teach two-week intensive summer seminars for law students on the Holocaust and contemporary ethical issues for lawyers.