William specializes in complex litigation and has practiced in courts and arbitration forums throughout the country. He has successfully litigated a variety of cases involving business torts, employment disputes, contract disputes, securities, and shareholder derivative claims, among others. His diverse legal background and business experience give him a unique perspective on the issues involved in complex litigation.
William’s FINRA practice focuses on representing investors who have been damaged due to broker fraud, misrepresentation, and mismanagement. Before practicing law, William developed an extensive understanding of the securities markets while receiving an MBA in finance and securities analysis and working at a hedge fund. William’s in-depth knowledge of both the brokerage industry and the securities laws allow him to effectively advocate on behalf of defrauded investors in FINRA arbitrations.
Prior to joining Morgan & Morgan, William worked at a national plaintiffs firm where he prosecuted large-scale class actions on behalf of businesses and individuals. While in law school, he worked at the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Tampa, FL, and was a certified legal intern at the Eighth Judicial Circuit State Attorney’s Office, where he was lead counsel in multiple jury trials. He was also a member of the Florida Journal of Law and Public Policy.
University of Florida College of Law, J.D., Cum Laude
University of Florida Hough Graduate School of Business, MBA
Colgate University, B.A., Cum Laude