Amy L. Butler, Esq.

Contact:

E: Amy.Butler@fisherbroyles.com

T: (419) 340-8466

Offices: Cleveland (Toledo Branch), Chicago and Detroit

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Amy L. Butler, Esq.

Practice Areas:

  • Compliance Counseling
  • Franchising
  • General Corporate
  • Health and Pharmacy Law
  • Insurance
  • Litigation – Appellate
  • Litigation – Civil Pretrial and Trial Services
  • Litigation & Risk Management
  • Mediation
  • White Collar Litigation and Investigations

Bar Admissions:

  • Illinois
  • Michigan
  • Ohio
  • U.S. District Court of Ohio, Northern Division
  • U.S. District Court of Ohio, Southern Division
  • U.S. District Court of Illinois, Central District

Education:

  • The University of Toledo, Juris Doctorate, 2002
  • Bowling Green State University, M.Ed., 1998
  • The University of Toledo, B.A. Sociology

Large Law Firm Experience:

  • Roetzel & Andress, LPA

Ms. Butler focuses her national practice on providing business counsel, litigation strategy and trial capabilities to corporations, transportation companies and retail establishments. She has experience addressing a variety of emergency situations including industrial accidents, personal injury and other catastrophes.

She also assists clients with healthcare compliance requirements including issues related to the anti-kickback statues; the False Claims Act; advertising, labeling and promotion; Foreign Corrupt Practices Act; HIPAA; reimbursement issues; and the implementation of compliance programs. Client representation often includes negotiations or agreements, filing or defense of emergency injunctions and isolation of issues and implementation of immediate solutions.

Accomplishments

  • AV Preeminent rating from Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory
  • Seton Hall Compliance Certification
  • “Ohio Super Lawyers –Rising Star” by Ohio Super Lawyers Magazine (2009 and 2010)

Representative Matters

  • Extensive experience representing pharmacies with supply chain challenges;
  • Representative of pharmacies through audit process resulting in successful challenges of financial discrepancies and immediate reinstatements to networks;
  • Assistance with multiple state licensure challenges and disciplinary hearings;
  • Work with sale and transfer of pharmacies;
  • Assess healthcare providers business practices and culture for implementation of compliance programs;
  • Assist in company expansions with federal and state reporting requirements and implementation of strategy for ongoing certifications and compliance;
  • Significant experience in both business transportation litigation including semi-tractor trailer, heavy equipment accidents, personal injury litigation, product liability litigation and premises liability litigation;
  • Litigated numerous business disputes including challenges to ownership interests, dissolutions, breach of contract and non-competition agreements;
  • Successfully defended company from contention injunction required by direct competitor that, if granted would have eliminated existence of business; and
  • Negotiated removal of prior permanent injunction against client.

Publications

  • “Corporate Compliance, What Every Employer Needs to Know”
  • “Bad Faith 101”