Holly M. Hamilton
Areas of Practice
Holly is an associate in the firm's Professional Liability Department where she focuses on Florida director & officer disputes in not-for-profit condominium and other community associations. Her practice is also focused on a variety of employment disputes. Holly has also handled a variety of consumer financial services litigation and compliance matters. She has additionally been involved in a range of other civil litigation matters including breach of contract issues, commercial disputes and real estate actions.
Holly received her juris doctor from Hofstra University School of Law after majoring in Economics and English at Florida International University. She is admitted to practice law in the states of Florida, New York, and New Jersey, and enjoys reading all manner of fiction.
"Consider the Charge Before Responding to an EEOC Investigation," PLUS Blog, June 22, 2023
“Article III Standing Does Not Come from Violation of Statute Alone,” Defense Digest, Vol. 28, No. 12, December 2022
"Punitive Damage Amendments Soon Subject to Immediate Interlocutory Appeal," Daily Business Review, February 9, 2022