Amanda Cusick is an associate attorney specializing in municipal and special district law, transactions, land use, and procurement for government agencies.
Amanda has experience serving as legal counsel to numerous municipalities and special districts, taking the lead in handling Public Records Act requests, weapons confiscation petitions, and representing cities in various types of transactional matters.
Amanda has also experience advising local governments and other public agencies on the full range of public law matters, including code enforcement, Political Reform Act compliance, the Brown Act, the Public Records Act, and public contracting.
In addition to providing city attorney services, Amanda served as general counsel for various non-profit organizations. She has experience negotiating agreements, assisting in mergers, and providing general advice and counsel regarding corporate affairs.
Amanda’s background also includes serving as an associate attorney at an insurance litigation firm that handled matters involving commercial transportation, construction defect, cyber liability, environmental/toxic tort, healthcare, intellectual property, and professional liability before federal and state trial and appellate courts.