Amy Wojnarwsky

Associate Attorney
Direct Dial: 216-472-4654


Amy M. Wojnarwsky joined Cavitch in August of 2013 as an associate attorney.  Amy is a member of Cavitch’s Business Law, Litigation, and Estate Planning departments where she represents strategic buyers and sellers in mergers and acquisitions, advises privately held businesses, litigates on behalf of her clients in various disputes, and assists clients with estate planning needs.

Experienced in Business Law & Litigation

Amy’s recent corporate transactions include: sales and acquisitions of LLCs and corporations; new entity formation; employment, consulting, and other business agreements; and business succession planning.  Ms. Wojnarwsky acts as general counsel on a variety of business matters to assist in handling the day-to-day legal operations of clients.

Amy has also litigated and defended various commercial and civil disputes, including the following subject matters: employment and FLSA matters; breach of contract; landlord-tenant (commercial and residential); construction law; ERISA withdrawal liability; probate estate administration; and disputes among shareholders/partners.

Amy graduated cum laude from Case Western Reserve University School of Law where she earned a Juris Doctor degree with a concentration in litigation and alternative dispute resolution.  Amy was awarded the Paul J. Hergenroeder Award as a top student in trial tactics and is a member of the Order of Barristers, a national honor society for excellence in advocacy. During law school, Amy was a member of the mock trial team and advanced to quarterfinals in the regional competition.  She was also an editor for the Journal of Law Technology & the Internet and War Crimes Prosecution Watch.  Amy was President of the ADR Society and of Street Law, which created an innovative teaching program by law students in the Cuyahoga County Juvenile Court’s juvenile detention center.

Amy attended Yale University and earned her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. During this time, she served as Coordinator for Dwight Hall, the largest campus-based student-run service organization in the country.  After Yale, Amy became a Corps Member for Teach For America, earned her M.Ed. from Arizona State University, and taught fifth grade and computers in Phoenix, Arizona, where she also facilitated professional development programs and district curriculum development.