William Primps is an Of Counsel in the firm’s Commercial Litigation practice focused on antitrust, energy, construction and insurance. Bill is a highly-experienced litigator with a practice focused on antitrust, energy and insurance. The first decade of his practice included large federal court cases relating to the impact of Nuclear Regulatory Commission rules on the construction of nuclear plants in New York. More recently, he has represented Canada’s largest state-owned utility company in an international arbitration determining whether design and construction defects allowed rescission of a multi-year, multi-billion dollar contract. He represented a Tokyo-based insurer in post 9/11 litigation in various courts and ADR tribunals around the U.S., winning seven and eight-figure recoveries on behalf of his clients. Since 2010, he has served as counsel to the North American CRO Council, a trade association with a membership including virtually all the largest P/C and life insurer in North America; during that time he also has represented major financial institutions and Fortune 500 companies. In 2013-2015, he represented an architect-engineer in an international construction arbitration concerning a clean coal generating facility in Pennsylvania. This arbitration included a mediation in which a $41 million settlement was arranged among the parties’ various insurers.
Areas of Concentration:
- Construction Litigation and Arbitration