Chaffe McCall Attorney Amy L. McIntire

Amy L. McIntire

Associate

Amy McIntire is an associate in Chaffe McCall’s New Orleans office and a member of the firm’s Civil Litigation and Labor and Employment sections.  To better serve the firm’s clients, Amy has a genuine interest in gaining a thorough understanding of a client’s business.  She has experience preparing dispositive motions and handling complex discovery and motion practice in both Louisiana and district courts. Her practice includes providing advice on a variety of contractual matters, including negotiation and compliance.  She has assisted clients with products-liability litigation, including  litigation involving drug and medical devices. Amy has further experience helping individuals and corporations address potential liabilities and brings an in-depth knowledge to employment law.

Prior to joining Chaffe McCall, Amy worked on the Economic Justice Project at the Notre Dame Clinical Law Center where she provided legal services on matters involving mortgage foreclosures, predatory lending, fraud, and debt collection, and also worked as a court-mandated settlement facilitator on mortgage foreclosure matters.

She received her J.D., magna cum laude, from Notre Dame Law School in 2013, and was Managing Senior Editor of Notre Dame Law Review.  During that time, she was awarded for Outstanding Appellate Brief and received the Academic Fellowship Award. McIntire graduated, magna cum laude with departmental honors and received a B.S. in Management from Tulane University in 2010 with a double major in Legal Studies in Business and English.

PRESENTATIONS & PUBLICATIONS

  • “Louisiana’s “Motion Picture Investor Tax Credit”: A Uniquely Effective Economic Policy,” 13 Virginia Sports & Entertainment Law Journal 211, 2014
  • Five Things to Know About Louisiana’s Angel Investor Tax Credit,” Silicon Bayou News, co author, May 2014
  • “Dodd-Frank’s Risk Retention Requirement: The Incentive Problem,” 33 No. 5 Banking & Financial Services Policy Report 5, May 2014
  • “Oil and Gas Development on the Outer Continental Shelf: The Uphill Battle for State Input Into Federal Policy,” 9 Texas Journal of Oil Gas & Energy Law 37, 2014
  • Federal Jurisdiction Over Claims by State Attorneys General: The Case for Removal of Pharmaceutical Parens Patriae Suits as ‘Mass Actions’ Under the Class Action Fairness Act of 2005, “7 American University Health Law & Public Policy Brief 1, 2014

HONORS AND AWARDS:

  • Outstanding Appellate Brief at Notre Dame Law School
  • Academic Fellowship Award

COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT:

  • Board member for World Affairs Council of New Orleans
  • Second-chair trial attorney in multi-defendant, six-week federal jury trial; assisted in securing a “not guilty” verdict on the homicide charges against the client

Key Matters

  • Second-chair trial attorney in multi-defendant, six-week federal jury trial; assisted in securing a “not guilty” verdict on the homicide charges against the client