Camille Amanda McWhirter

Camille Amanda McWhirter

Contracts / Agreements Lawyer
Tampa, FL




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About Me

Practice Areas:  Physician Employment Contracts; Physician Group Issues; HIPAA Compliance; Conflicts of Interest; Health Care Transactions & Physician Regulatory Issues

Practice Areas

Payments & Fees

Payment Types

Cash, Check, Credit Card


Fixed (Always), Free Consultation (30 minutes), Hourly ($180/hour)

Client Reviews

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Physician Employment Contract

Posted by: Ben 5 months ago.

Camille did an excellent job with the negotiations for my contract.I would highly recommend her and will use her for future employment contracts.

Wonderful lawyer!!!

Posted by: Ali 9 months ago.

After talking to a few lawyers I found Camille's reviews online and I'm glad to say she lives up to everyone of those positive reviews. She was very...
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Russell W LaPeer
Russell LaPeer

Ocala, FL

12 months ago

Relationship: Opposing Counsel on matter

I endorse Camille enthusiastically. She represented one contract party to two professional contracts, and she was diligent, thorough, careful, a...
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1991 License Status: Member in Good Standing for the state of Florida.
Last updated by Avvo: 03/21/2015
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.

Work Experience

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2012 – present

University Of South Florida


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1990 Law in

University of Virginia School of Law


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2013 Rating AV Preeminent (fewer than 5% of women lawyers)

Martindale-Hubbell Register of Preeminent Women Lawyers


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1991- present Member

Florida Bar, Health Law Section

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Showing 1 of 1 publication

2014 Negotiating a Contract? Important Advice for Young Physicians

LeadDoc: The Online Journal for Emerging Physicians

Speaking Engagements

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2009 Conflict of Interest: Challenges for Investigators, Journals and Universities

at Bioethics Symposium