William Pelosi

Bill concentrates his practice on complex commercial litigation, including cases involving contract law, intellectual property, civil RICO,  antitrust monopsony and high value commercial real estate transactions.  He also has extensive experience with employment, executive and professional liability law, and civil tort actions.  Bill has successfully represented a diverse client base, including major insurance companies, manufacturers, condo associations, trucking and warehousing companies, and professional service providers.  His cases have run the gamut from simple personal injury and contract matters to complex cases involving aviation products liability, experimental medical procedures, antitrust, fraud, money laundering, association governance, counterfeit clothing networks, real estate transactions in excess of 20 million dollars, and trade secret theft involving polymers and the medical insurance industry. 

 Bill is rated as an AV® Preeminent™ lawyer by Martindale-Hubbell, representing the recognition of the highest level of professional excellence by his peers.

Prior to attending law school, Bill worked for IBM, performing financial and technical marketing services for the corporation’s national and international accounts.

 Bill is active in the Boy Scouts of America, serving as a committee member and treasurer of a troop with 100 active members.  He has participated as an adult leader on countless camping, backpacking, and canoeing trips, both locally and in the wilderness areas of Maine and New Mexico.  Bill is also on the Board of the Bristol Riverside Theater, where he chairs the theater’s Finance Committee, and is an active participant on the Economics and Government Relations Committee of the Lower Bucks Chamber of Commerce.  Bill was previously a Board Member with the Central Bucks Rotary Club.

Education

  • University of Michigan Law School, JD, 1993; Michigan Journal of International Law, Executive Editorial Board
  • Drew University, BA, 1981; cum laude, political science and economics

Admissions

  • New Jersey
  • New York
  • Pennsylvania
  • United States District Courts: Eastern District of Pennsylvania, District of New Jersey
  • United States Court of Appeals: Third Circuit
  • United States Court of Federal Claims