William Wilson is a commercial lawyer at Robinson & Cole's Hartford office with more than 20 years of experience representing and counseling municipalities, public and private owners, quasi-public agencies, developers, design professionals, architects and engineers, suppliers, contractors and subcontractors in the areas of construction and commercial law. He is an experienced litigator who also drafts, reviews, and negotiates all types of construction and commercial contracts. Bill is a member of the firm’s Construction Law Group.
Prior to becoming a lawyer, Bill worked for nine years as a civil engineer in the Connecticut Department of Transportation, where he acquired diverse experience in researching and organizing technical information, analyzing complex design problems, and communicating solutions for the design and construction of small- and large-scale infrastructure improvement projects across the state. Bill’s practical, hands-on experience in the construction industry, coupled with his knowledge and breadth of work in construction law, enables him to quickly assess and engage with often-complex construction cases and achieve successful results for his clients.
Articles in the National Law Review database by William S. Wilson