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Bachelor of Arts (Adelphi University, 1983)
Master in Business Administration Finance (Adelphi University, 1986)
Juris Doctor (JD) (New York Law School, 1989)
Admitted to practice in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York and Connecticut
Admitted to practice before the Federal Court of the Eastern District of PA, as well as all of New York’s and New Jersey’s Federal District Courts
Former Corporate Trust Administrator at the National Westminster Bank, USA from 1983 until 1989
Associated with firms located within Manhattan and Long Island, NY from 1990 to 1995, building a portfolio of over 500 cases in a diversity of matters, such as banking, corporate, healthcare, real estate, financial planning, domestic, personal injury, and estate planning and administration
Experienced in cases involving government and corporate matters
Worked as a solo practitioner at the Law Office of Daniel S. Wassmer, maintaining offices in both Pennsylvania and New York
Former Managing Partner at Wassmer & Hill, LLP with Lance Hill from 2002 until 2012, working as a managing partner responsible for Commercial, Corporate, and General Litigation issues, as well as Corporate Transactions, Labor/Employment, Real Estate, Environmental, Personal Injury and Estate Planning Matters
Former Assistant County Solicitor, Bucks County from 2001 through 2009
Currently an Adjunct Professor at Bucks County Community College since 2002 instructing in the areas of Business Law, Real Estate, Torts and Personal Injuries, Legal Writing and Civil Litigation
Former Commissioner, Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission (2001-2003)
Former Director, Bucks County Housing Corporation (2000-2009)
Certified Scuba Instructor - National Association of Underwater Instructors
Avid cyclist and pilot
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