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Mark Hammervold represents individuals, families and companies in a variety of complex, high stakes cases. One hundred percent of his practice is devoted to litigation. Early in his career, Mark distinguished himself by successfully defending large corporations, insurance companies, and professionals in a wide spectrum of lawsuits, including health care liability, personal injury, defamation, breach of contract, tortious interference with business relationships, wrongful termination, racketeering, consumer protection, antitrust, and civil rights claims. Mark established a reputation for meticulous preparation, outworking his adversaries, and quickly obtaining judgments in his clients’ favor.
Mark works relentlessly to obtain justice for his clients. He is motivated by the pursuit of personal excellence in his craft, holding wrongdoers accountable, and a deep sense of compassion for his clients.
Mark attended Vanderbilt University Law School on academic scholarship. During law school, he won Vanderbilt Law’s intramural mock trial tournament in back-to-back years. He also represented Vanderbilt at the Phillip C. Jessup Moot Court Competition, winning first place in the region, and third place nationally. Mark completed his undergraduate education at Northwestern University. He attended on a merit scholarship for policy debate and graduated with honors.
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|FL||Member in Good Standing||2013||06/19/2016|
|Attorney||Hammervold Law||2015 - Present|
|Attorney||Gideon, Cooper & Essary PLC||2011 - 2015|
|McCord v. HCA Health Services of Tennessee||affirming summary judgment obtained in favor of the hospital|
|Raja v. Englewood Community Hospital||dismissing the physician plaintiff’s claims for retaliation and breach of contract|
|Raja v. Englewood Community Hospital||denying the physician plaintiff’s motion to reconsider final dismissal of his breach of contract claim|
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|TN Courts||McCord v. HCA Health Services of Tennessee, Slip. Op. No. M2014-00142-COA-R3-CV, (Tenn. Ct. App. Apr. 27, 2015) (affirming summary judgment obtained in favor of the hospital)||2015|
|Google Scholar Article||Raja v. Englewood Community Hospital, No. 8:12-cv-02083-JDW-AEP (M.D. Fla. Aug. 6, 2013) (dismissing the physician plaintiff’s claims for retaliation and breach of contract)||2013|
|Google Scholar Article||Raja v. Englewood Community Hospital, No. 8:12-cv-02083-JDW-AEP (M.D. Fla. Nov. 7, 2013) (denying the physician plaintiff’s motion to reconsider final dismissal of his breach of contract claim)||2013|
|Vanderbilt University Law School||N/A||N/A||N/A|