As an experienced trial lawyer with an advanced degree in trial advocacy, Bill excels in the courtroom. Bill has extensive experience litigating a wide range of disputes, most notably those involving mergers and acquisitions, shareholder divorces, the pharmaceutical industry and real estate development. He is a tireless advocate for his clients throughout the litigation process. For cases that are better resolved outside of court, Bill is adept at navigating a path to a favorable solution.
Bill’s recent engagements include representations of:
- Sellers in mergers and acquisitions accused of fraud, litigated in Delaware state courts.
- A shareholder in a complicated dispute regarding ownership and governance of a significant portfolio of entities.
- A pharmaceutical manufacturer in an arbitration involving a complex commercial matter.
- An owner of high-rise apartment buildings in zoning disputes resolved through multiple hearings in Pennsylvania courts.
Temple University Beasley School of Law, LL.M. in Trial Advocacy, Honors (the highest distinction)
Temple University Beasley School of Law, J.D., magna cum laude
University of Pennsylvania, B.A. English, cum laude
Honorable Freda L. Wolfson, United States District Court, New Jersey 2002-03
Bill’s additional recent engagements include representations of:
- A property management company in a class action brought by tenants alleging various violations of state law.
- An appraisal company in litigation against a mortgage company, pursuing claims of conversion and breach of contract
- A title insurance company in litigation against another title insurer, defending against claims of conversion and negligence.
- A physician in employment and shareholder disputes with a former business partner.
- A real estate investor pursuing contract claims against a co-investor
- A financial guarantee insurer in litigation involving contract claims against a note issuer.
- A nationwide retailer in landlord-tenant and other commercial disputes.
- A bakery in a landlord-tenant dispute against a casino.
- A jeweler in a contractual dispute with another jeweler.
- Homeowners in conservatorship actions.
- Victims of medical or psychiatric malpractice, which caused catastrophic injury or death.