Jeffrey G. DiAmico is a partner in the Yardley, Pa. office of Hill Wallack LLP where he is a member of the firm’s Business & Commercial, Real Estate, Community Association Law and Trusts & Estates practice groups.

Mr. DiAmico concentrates his practice on the representation of businesses and individuals with respect to business acquisitions and transactions, and commercial and residential real estate purchases, sales, leases and tax assessment appeals. In addition, his practice includes business formation, general business planning and counseling, commercial litigation and community association law.

Mr. DiAmico serves both small and mid-sized local and regional businesses and their owners on various issues; including, drafting and analyzing commercial real estate lease agreements (and litigating disputes which arise from same), corporate asset and stock purchase transactions and shareholder agreements, commercial and residential purchase and sale agreements, and advising clients on general business and litigation matters.

He represents local and regional banks and financial institutions, shopping center owners and various commercial property owners. Through these representations, he frequently assists his clients with understanding and utilizing “Confession of Judgment” provisions contained in loan documents and commercial lease agreements. By virtue of his experience in this area, he also routinely represents borrowers, guarantors and commercial tenants in defending against confessed judgments.

Mr. DiAmico is admitted to practice in Pennsylvania (1999), New Jersey (1999), the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania and the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey. Graduating cum laude from New England Law | Boston (1999), he was managing editor of The New England International and Comparative Law Annual, a founding member of the NESL Business Law Center and a recipient of the New England Scholar Award. Mr. DiAmico is a graduate of The Pennsylvania State University (1994) receiving his B.S. in Administration of Justice, and a minor in Business Administration.