Amanda L. Yoder
Amanda Yoder focuses her practice on general corporate and business representation and transactions, mergers and acquisitions and formation and structuring of business entities and relationships.
During law school, Ms. Yoder clerked with a law firm and regularly researched issues of law to assist attorneys in responding to client requests. She prepared draft pleadings, correspondence, memorandums and briefs.
Prior to entering law school, Ms. Yoder served as a tax associate with Grant Thornton, where she assisted in the preparation of tax returns, accounting for deferred income taxes for a large corporation, and responses to correspondence from the Internal Revenue Service. She also served as a realtor with Reece & Nichols in Columbia, Missouri, and was the MBA program liaison with the Rho Epsilon Professional Real Estate Fraternity.
- Order of the Barristers
- Missouri Law Review, Note and Comment Editor
- Board of Advocates
- Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association
- Board Member, Lawyers Association of Kansas City's Young Lawyers Section, 2013
- MU MBA Association
- Author, “Credit Agreements Defined – a Cautionary Tale in Loan Approval,” Missouri Independent Bankers Association Newsletter, November 2012
- Co-author, “Well-Settled Foreclosure Rule Upheld - For Now: First Bank v. Fischer & Frichtel, Inc. (Missouri Supreme Court 2012),” Missouri Independent Bankers Association Newsletter, July 2012
- “One Prong, Two Prong, Many Prongs: A Look into the Economic Substance Doctrine.” Klamath Strategic Investment Fund ex rel. St. Croix Ventures v. United States, 568 F.3d 537 (5th Cir. 2009). Mo Law Rev. Volume 75, Issue 4, pg. 1409
- “Resurrection of a Dead Remedy: Bringing Common Law Negligence Back into Employment Law.” Missouri Alliance for Retired Americans v. Department of Labor and Industrial Relations, 277 S.W.3d 670 (Mo. 2009) (en banc). Mo Law Rev. Volume 75, Issue 3, pg. 1093
- April 2, 2013
- September 1, 2011