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University of Florida, Juris Doctor – With Honors
Vanderbilt University, B.A.
The Florida Bar
U.S. District Court, Middle District of Florida
• The Florida Bar, Member
• Hillsborough County Bar Association, Member
• Commercial Law League of America – Past Southern Regional Vice Chair
• Tampa Interbay Rotary Club – Past President, speakers chair, board member
• Tampa Real Estate Investment Counsel
• Commercial Finance Association
• Community Association Institute
• Tampa Chamber of Commerce
• International Council of Shopping Centers
Theodore J. Hamilton is a partner of Wetherington Hamilton, P.A. His practice concentrates on
Corporate Law, Community Association Law, Commercial Litigation, Collections, Secured Transactions,
Real Estate Transactions, Civil Trial Practice, Real Estate Litigation, Estate Planning and Probate.
Attorney Hamilton has been in private practice his entire career. After graduating from the University
of Florida Law School in 1991, he went into private practice in Tampa, Florida where he grew up. Ted has
been a member of the Commercial Law League of America since 1997. He considers himself to be a legal
entrepreneur. His sustained growth in his firm, Wetherington Hamilton, P.A., has occurred as a result of
diversification, recognizing talent and treating both clients and employees fairly.
Mr. Hamilton has handled all types of legal matters throughout his 24 year legal career. He has represented
both individuals and entities in contested matters involving real estate, fraudulent transfers, injunctions,
property taxes, easements; enforcement and defense for homeowners’ associations, among others. He has extensive experience in handling complex litigation, and complicated real estate matters, having represented title insurance companies throughout the state. He has the ability to identify and understand the problem and then work to discover viable solutions, to reach timely and cost-effective resolution of disputes, as often as possible.
Mr. Hamilton has also been a keynote speaker at various events including the National Association of Credit Managers, the Electrical Manufacturers Credit Group Spring Meeting, the Community Association Institute and the Commercial Law League of America. Mr. Hamilton has published articles in the Florida Bar Journal and the NACM journal relating to Fraudulent Transfers. He is active in Rotary International, having been past president of the Tampa Interbay Rotary Club.