William is an associate in Taft’s Indianapolis office focusing on environmental law, including litigation. He has experience working closely with clients to obtain optimal results, and recognizes when settlement is preferable to litigation. William readily explores all avenues to further his client's best interests, and works closely with them to achieve their goals.
Prior to joining Taft, William worked as the Deputy Attorney General at the Office of the Indiana Attorney General in the Administration and Regulatory Enforcement Litigation Section. During this time, he handled joint state and federal enforcement cases against Fortune 500 companies, coordinated closely with state and federal agencies, including elected officials, and managed a high volume of cases. He also has experience litigating family law cases, and managing Chapter 7 and 13 bankruptcies.
William earned his J.D., with a focus in Intellectual Property and Family Law from Yeshiva University’s Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law. He also has dual degrees in Psychology and Political Science from Marquette University, with a minor in Chemistry. During law school, William was a judicial intern for the Honorable Peter Passidomo, New York City Family Court, and the Honorable Jeffrey Froehlich, Calumet County Courthouse.
All Service Areas
- Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law (2016)
- Marquette University (2013)
- State - Indiana
- State - Wisconsin
- Federal - Eastern District of Wisconsin
- Federal - Western District of Wisconsin
- Federal - Northern District of Indiana
- Federal - Southern District of Indiana
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EPA Withdraws Direct Final Rule for Standards and Practices for All Appropriate Inquiries