No "amendment' since you never "activated" your H-1B status: you were readmitted to the US on L-1B status, same as before. That same employer who previously successfully petitioned you for an H-1B will now need to file a brand new petition to change your status from L-1B to H-1B. The good news is that you are cap exempt, given that you were already counted against the numerical cap back in 2013 and will remain "cap exempt" until 2019, should you decide to again "jump ship" in the interim.
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Your employer with the help of their attorneys should be able to figure this one out.
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