Philip N. Hammersley, Attorney
Philip N. Hammersley is a member of our Trial Practice and Dispute Resolution Group. He practices primarily in the areas of construction, commercial and real property litigation. A 1975 graduate of the University of Florida, he earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. He received his Juris Doctor Degree from the University of Florida College of Law in 1978.
Mr. Hammersley is admitted to practice in all Florida state courts, the United States Federal Courts for the Southern and Middle Districts of Florida, the United States Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit and the United States Supreme Court. He is also a Florida Supreme Court certified mediator.
He has served on the Florida Bar Committee on the Code and Rules of Evidence, and has also served the Sarasota County Bar Association in various capacities, including Director of the Young Lawyers' Section (1983 and 1984) and Treasurer (1995 and 1996) and President of the Sarasota County Bar Association for the 1999-2000 year. He is serving as a member on the Board of numerous non-profit organizations, including, but not limited to, the YMCA Children & Youth Services and the Argus Foundation. He is also a member of the American Bar Association, the Forum Committee on the Construction Industry and the Association of Trial Lawyers of America.
|Education:||University of South Florida A.A.|
U.S. District Court Middle District of Florida 1979
U.S. Supreme Court 1991
U.S. Court of Appeals 11th Circuit 1986
Albiez v. Wilkinson
J. Allen, Inc. v. Humana of Florida, Inc.
Newberry Square Development Corp. v. Southern Landmark, Inc.
United States for Use and Benefit of Seminole Sheet Metal Co. v. SCI, Inc.
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