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Carlton Fields’ Amanda Romfh Jesteadt Named Finalist for YWCA Dorothy Height Racial Justice Award

Litigation and Trials   |   Antitrust and Trade Regulation   |   Telecommunications   |   May 18, 2021
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West Palm Beach, Fla. – Carlton Fields is pleased to announce that West Palm Beach Shareholder Amanda Romfh Jesteadt was recognized as a finalist for the YWCA of Palm Beach County’s 2021 Dorothy Height Racial Justice Award. Nominees were honored at a virtual Stand Against Racism Luncheon on Friday, April 30.

The annual award honors an individual, group, business, or program for their work in addressing racial injustice in Palm Beach County. Jesteadt is deeply committed to advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion in Florida and in the broader legal community. She currently serves as vice chair of the board of directors of the Women’s Foundation of Florida, and she co-chairs Carlton Fields’ Women’s Business Resource Group with Tampa Shareholder Jin Liu. Jesteadt is also a past president of the Florida Association for Women Lawyers’ Palm Beach County Chapter (2018-2019) and served on The Florida Bar’s Diversity and Inclusion Committee (2015-2019).

At Carlton Fields, Jesteadt's practice focuses on litigation and counseling in complex antitrust and telecommunications matters. She defends companies facing antitrust and unfair competition claims. In addition, as part of Carlton Fields’ antitrust cartel recovery practice, she assists corporate clients to recover damages from national and international cartels. Jesteadt also represents wireless carriers in nationwide litigation. 

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