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Carlton Fields’ Amanda Romfh Jesteadt Installed as President of the Florida Association for Women Lawyers

Aviation   |   Antitrust and Trade Regulation   |   Consumer Finance   |   Litigation and Trials   |   Mass Tort and Product Liability   |   Trade Secrets / Noncompete Litigation and Consulting   |   Technology & Telecommunications   |   July 10, 2018

West Palm Beach, Fla. – Carlton Fields is pleased to announce that Amanda Romfh Jesteadt, an associate at the firm’s West Palm Beach office, has been named President of the Florida Association for Women Lawyers Palm Beach County chapter (PBC FAWL). She will serve a one-year term.

Jesteadt was inducted as President on May 31, 2018 during the chapter’s Board Installation Luncheon at the Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts in West Palm Beach. Previously, she served the organization in several roles, including President-Elect, Secretary, Treasurer, and Program Director, among others.
Founded in 1951, FAWL and its local chapters throughout Florida focus on the professional advancement of women lawyers specifically, and the promotion of women’s rights generally. FAWL provides a statewide forum for the exchange of political views, public and private sector employment opportunities, and continuing legal and management education.

At Carlton Fields, Jesteadt is a litigator who focuses her practice on representing clients in the telecommunications industry. She represents wireless carriers in litigation and arbitration involving fraud and security, breach of contract, intellectual property claims, and other matters. She also has significant experience in litigation regarding antitrust and trade regulation, trade secrets, consumer finance, and lender liability and loan servicing.

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