Amanda Bushemi Buckley is an associate who concentrates her practice in the areas of cyber and privacy coverage and professional liability coverage, as well as general commercial litigation.  Her practice includes advising clients on various insurance coverage issues and representing insurance companies in coverage disputes throughout the country.  In particular, Amanda has represented her insurance clients in analyzing and evaluating complex high profile cases, including matters such as: 

Prior to joining BatesCarey LLP, Amanda practiced in Indianapolis, Indiana focusing on insurance defense litigation. 

Representative Matters

Princeton Excess and Surplus Lines Ins. Co. v. Maxum Indem. Co., et al.No. 4:18-cv-02705 (S.D. Texas) Secured Report and Recommendation from magistrate judge granting judgment on the pleadings in favor of PESLIC, with court ruling that other insurer had primary duty to defend PESLIC's insureds as additional insureds under its policy, in excess of the PESLIC policy, and also granting PESLIC's request for equitable contribution.


Cyber Terrorism; CLE Presentation, Chicago, Illinois (August 2016)


Recent Developments in Architects and Engineers Claims,” DRI’s The Critical Path Construction Law Newsletter (October 26, 2017)

"Professional Liability Round Up" (January 2015)

"Recent Developments In Architects and Engineers Claims" (August 2014)