Ms. Reed’s practice focuses on:
•representing public charities, private foundations, and businesses on tax, formation, and operational issues;
•helping nonprofits with all activities relating to mergers and acquisitions; and
•assisting clients with drafting and negotiating contracts, including purchase agreements, organizational operating agreements, loan agreements, and management equity agreements.
Prior to joining the Caplin & Drysdale, Ms. Reed practiced tax at an international law firm in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. While in Philadelphia, she founded the Community Lawyering Clinics pro bono practice group, which partners with community legal services organizations to staff legal clinics.
During her time in law school, Ms. Reed served as a Staff Editor of the Temple Political and Civil Rights Law Review and an Executive Board Member of the Black Law Students Association.
Awards & Rankings
•Philadelphia Bar Association, Large Firm Management Committee Public Service Award, 2017
•First Judicial District of Pennsylvania, Publico Award and Pro Bono Roll of Honor, 2017
• Bringing Attorneys Together to Strengthen Diversity and Inclusion Efforts, The Legal Intelligencer, March 9, 2018
• Pro Bono Program Helps Low-Income Philadelphians, Philadelphia Bar Reporter, May 1, 2017
• Shortchanged: How Wage Theft Harms Pennsylvania's Workers and Economy, Sheller Center for Social Justice: Temple University Beasley School of Law, June 24, 2015
•Caplin & Drysdale Honors the Women of the Firm, Caplin & Drysdale, March 8, 2019
•Caplin & Drysdale Welcomes Moshe Dlott and Amanda Reed to Its DC Office, Caplin & Drysdale, November 12, 2018
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