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Amy Lott represents a diverse roster of corporations, partnerships, entrepreneurs, investment companies, and individual investors. Amy’s clients have entrusted her to lead on a wide range of transactions, including stock and asset acquisitions, mergers, private placements, joint ventures, and financings. Clients also rely upon Amy’s expertise in the formation and structure of business entities, investment vehicles, regulatory compliance, and day-to-day contracting matters. Using her experience and first-hand knowledge of her clients’ businesses, Amy provides valuable guidance to directors, executive officers, and business owners on how to effectively navigate the ever-shifting regulatory and corporate governance environments. Her clients value her ability to counsel them through the entire transaction, from concept to post-closing, with confidence and a “personal ownership” approach.

Amy’s versatility has afforded her the opportunity to advise public and private companies in a variety of industries, including real estate, banking, oil and gas, investment management, food and beverage, manufacturing, healthcare, and software. In addition, Amy has extensive experience in the aviation industry. She has represented commercial and charter airlines, as well as individual aircraft owners, on a variety of transactions and matters, including the acquisition and lease of private aircraft, contracting and operational matters, and FAA compliance requirements.

Amy earned a Bachelor’s of Business Administration in Business Management and an MBA in International Business from Dallas Baptist University and received her Juris Doctor from Southern Methodist University Dedman College of Law in 2007. Amy is licensed to practice law in Texas and Mississippi.

Education

Southern Methodist University, Dedman School of Law
J.D., 2007

Dallas Baptist University M.B.A., 2003 (top 1%)
B.B.A., 2002

Honors and Distinction

Honored as a Rising Star in Securities and Corporate Finance as published in Texas Monthly magazine, 2016-17.

Delta Mu Delta Honor Society

Alpha Sigma Omega Honor Society

Court Admissions

Texas, 2007

Mississippi, 2011

U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas

Associations/Affiliations

Jericho Road, Vice President of the Board of Directors

State Bar of Texas

Dallas Association of Young Lawyers, 2015-16 Co-Chair of Deal Skills Boot Camp Committee

Duncanville Education Foundation, Director and Co-Chair of Alumni Committee

Children at Risk, 2015 Gala Co-Chair

Dallas Regional Chamber, Southern Dallas Task Force member

Dallas Bar Association

Texas Health Lawyers Association

Divine Equine, Past Board Member

The William “Mac” Taylor American Inn of Court, 2012-14

SPEECHES/PUBLICATIONS

Co-Presenter, Ethical Issues that Arise in Transactional Work, Dallas Association of Young Lawyers CLE, July 2017.

Panelist, Women’s Empowerment: Planning for your Business, U.S. Trust 2017 Women’s Series, April 2017.

Co-Author, New SEC Rules Facilitate Raising Capital, Carrington Coleman Capital Newsletter, 2017 Issue One.

Co-Presenter, Common Mistakes Business Owners Make – and Some Easy Solutions, National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors, October 2016.

Co-Author: Starting a Business with Family or Friends? Agree on the Five “Ds” to Avoid Disaster, Carrington Coleman Capital Newsletter (2016 Special Healthcare Issue).

Co-Author, Accidental Securities Offerings: Protecting Your Real Estate Investments, Carrington Coleman Capital Newsletter, 2016 Issue Two.

Author, Maximizing Value When Selling Your Business, Carrington Coleman Capital Newsletter 2016 Issue One (February 2016).

Speaker, There’s A Clause for That: What Every Entrepreneur Needs to Know About Drafting Corporate Documents and Contracts, Small Business and Entrepreneur Mixer (January 2016).

Speaker, Key Provisions in an APA, Dallas Association of Young Lawyers, Deal Skills Boot Camp (September 2015).

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