- Employment Law
- Intellectual Property Disputes
- Commercial Litigation
- Construction Disputes
- J.D. University of Colorado Law School
- B.A. Political Science, Hamilton College
- United States Supreme Court
- Colorado Supreme Court
- United States District Court for the District of Colorado
- United States 10th Circuit Court of Appeals
- American Bar Association
- Colorado Bar Association
- Denver Bar Association
- Colorado Women’s Bar Association
- Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network
- Business Network International
Amanda Milgrom is Of Counsel at Sparkman + Foote LLP, where she represents individuals and businesses of all sizes in employment law and various litigation matters regarding employment, intellectual property, business, and construction disputes.
Amanda represents employees in discrimination claims and counsels employers on best practices, drafting employee handbooks, and putting together suites of employment contracts. She calms her clients’ concerns while assisting them in resolving disputes without litigation, and where necessary navigating litigation to achieve successful outcomes. She assists clients in all stages of the process, including case assessment, factual investigation, electronic discovery, dispositive motions, and mediation.
She is also committed to serving the Colorado community. Amanda has worked with the Women’s Bean Project helping low-income women to seal their criminal records; Asian Americans Advancing Justice, drafting an amicus brief challenging a decision by the Merit Systems Protection Board to not allow interpreters during hearings; and the Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network, representing children from Central America seeking legal status in the United States. She currently works on asylum and special immigration juvenile status cases for children.
Prior to joining Sparkman + Foote, Amanda was involved in complex commercial litigation at Sherman & Howard L.L.C., where her practice focused on both plaintiff and defense work in trademark and copyright disputes, defense of mechanics’ liens, and general business disputes. Previously, Amanda was an associate at Hogan Lovells LLP, where she represented Fortune 500 healthcare companies in government investigations. She was a law clerk for the Honorable Gregory A. Phillips, judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit in Cheyenne, Wyoming. During her clerkship, she gained practical experience in the internal procedures of federal courts and the elements of superior brief writing. Amanda is a graduate of the University of Colorado Law School.
Outside of the office, Amanda enjoys being outdoors, whether it is telemark skiing, hiking with her husband Jon and dog MacKinnon, or camping. She is proficient in conversational Spanish and is an avid world traveler.