William is an associate attorney at Paranjpe Mahadass Ruemke LLP, primarily focusing on the firm’s commercial litigation practice. He has broad civil litigation experience, having represented both injured individuals in personal injury claims and corporate clients in commercial disputes, as well as other clients with constitutional challenges.
At the outset of his legal career, William predominately prosecuted and defended cases for clients involved in business disputes and has since gained valuable experience representing clients injured by the negligence of others. His representation has included work in both trial and appellate courts throughout Texas and a number of Federal courts across the nation. Throughout all of his experiences, William has embraced the opportunity to take on tough cases with difficult legal issues, diving into new areas of the law zealously to help those faced with unique and challenging legal problems find the best solutions.
William graduated from South Texas College of Law, where he competed in the school’s nationally renowned Advocacy Program as an oral advocate and brief writer. In competition, William helped claim the program’s 129th national advocacy championship and, over the course of his law school tenure, was awarded numerous speaker and brief awards. In recognition of his advocacy, William received the Scribes Brief-Writing Award for authoring one of the three best moot court briefs in the nation, Justice Bud Warren Memorial Award for Excellence in Brief Writing, Dean’s Outstanding Advocate Award, and was selected to the National Order of Barristers and National Order of Scribes. William now gives back to the Advocacy Program by coaching teams of law school students in moot court competitions and helping to sharpen their appellate advocacy skills.