Amit’s practice focuses on bankruptcy and receiverships as well as real estate, land use, and environmental litigation. In the bankruptcy and receivership context, he represents creditors, potential buyers and investors, and corporate debtors. Outside of the bankruptcy and receivership context, he has handled a broad range of real property-related litigation matters, including secured debt financing disputes, title and boundary disputes, evictions, construction disputes, condemnations, environmental cost recovery actions, and land use appeals. Amit has an active pro bono practice focusing on civil rights and liberties.
Amit has worked with a wide variety of clients, from local municipalities, to financial institutions, large and small private businesses, and individuals.
In addition to his practice, Amit is an adjunct faculty member of the University of Washington School of Law, where he teaches courses in bankruptcy and UCC Article 9. He also serves on HCMP’s Management Committee and on the University of Washington Alumni Association Board of Trustees. Amit is an active member of the American Bar Association and Washington State Bar Association.