Ada-Marie Aman is special counsel practicing in the areas of corporate and health care law. Ada-Marie's practice focuses on mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance, manufacturer and dealer relations, and the representation of health care providers in regulatory, transactional, and compliance matters.
Prior to joining HunterMaclean, Ada-Marie worked for the U.S. Department of Justice as a member of the Attorney General's Honors Program.
Ada-Marie graduated from the College of William and Mary School of Law in 2002. While in law school, Ada-Marie served as the executive editor of the William and Mary Bill of Rights Journal and was the recipient of the Thomas Jefferson prize for outstanding student note and the Legal Skills Scholar Award for excellence in legal research and writing. Ada-Marie graduated from the College of William and Mary with a B.S. in 1999.
Junior League of Savannah
The Architecture of Business: Attorneys Guide Telfair Through Expansion
HunterMaclean helped lay the groundwork for the Telfair Museum of Art to build the new Jepson Center, a sleek, contemporary building on Telfair Square in downtown Savannah. The Jepson successfully bridges the city's historic architecture with its vibrant future, serving as a centerpiece of Savannah's cultural community.
Publications & Presentations
Signing on the dotted line: Three things to know before signing a contract
By Ada-Marie Aman, published on October 2, 2004, inSavannah Morning News.
You sign contracts everyday, whether it is a credit card receipt, an invoice for a new stereo or a lease on a new apartment.
Do you really know what you are signing?
Many of us don't read the fine print. We assume that the party on the other side of the table is reputable and honest and would not insert unfair terms. However, terms of a contract do not have to be “unfair” to be unfavorable.
Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act of 2000: The Land Use Provisions are Both Unconstitutional and Unnecessary.
By Ada-Marie W. Aman, published in William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal 10, no. 1 (December 2001).
Cited in Freedom Baptist Church v. Township of Middleton, 204 F. Supp. 2d 857 (E.D. Pa. 2002).