Amanda C. Machin is an associate in the Washington, D.C. office of Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher, where she currently practices in the firm’s Litigation and Labor & Employment Departments.
She has represented clients in federal, state, arbitral, and administrative proceedings, and at both the appellate and trial court levels. She has represented clients in a wide range of employment matters, including those involving trade secrets, executive employment disputes, regulatory compliance, immigration, and wage-and-hour and discrimination laws. She has also counseled clients on workplace safety issues and represented clients who have been investigated and/or cited by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration.
Ms. Machin also counsels clients in product safety matters, particularly those involving the Consumer Product Safety Commission ("CPSC"). Ms. Machin represented a product manufacturer in first-of-its-kind litigation challenging the CPSC’s decision to publish a product safety report on its Saferproducts.gov website.
Ms. Machin joined the firm in 2011. She received her law degree from Yale Law School, where she served as Articles and Essays Editor for the Yale Law & Policy Review and Student Director of the Legal Services for Immigrant Communities Clinic. She also served as President of Yale University’s Graduate and Professional Student Senate.
Yale University - 2011 Juris Doctor
University of Chicago - 2008 Bachelor of Arts
District of Columbia Bar