Amish A. Shah


  • JD, Harvard Law School, 2015; Dean’s Scholar Awards in Health Law and Constitutional Law
  • BS, summa cum laude, The George Washington University, 2012


  • Massachusetts, 2015
  • Michigan, 2016

Court Admissions

  • U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan
  • Honorable Matthew F. Leitman, U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan

Amish A. Shah


Amish Shah is an associate in Ropes & Gray’s litigation department. He advises clients in internal and government-initiated investigations and in complex commercial disputes. His experience includes representing clients in matters involving the False Claims Act, anti-kickback laws, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, and state and federal laws governing clinical research.

Amish also has an active pro bono practice representing individuals in Social Security, housing, and appellate matters. 

Prior to joining the litigation department, Amish served as a law clerk to the Honorable Matthew F. Leitman of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan. During law school, Amish served as an editor for the Harvard Law and Policy Review and Harvard Business Law Review. He also worked at the Multi-Regional Clinical Trials Center at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard University. 


  • Advised a health care client in connection with the resolution of a federal False Claims Act qui tam action.
  • Reviewed a university client’s research tissue practices to determine compliance with state and federal laws.
  • Represented large pediatric hospital in the successful resolution of a contract dispute involving royalty claims for certain inventions licensed by the client to a third party.
  • Conducted internal investigation involving anti-corruption issues for a multi-national corporation. At the completion of the investigation, assisted the client with implementation of discipline decisions and the improvement of internal controls.
  • Advised multiple health care institutions in connection with internal investigations involving allegations of research misconduct.
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