William F. Stanger

Practice Area: Civil Litigation, Construction Law and Real Estate Law


Bill focuses his practice on real estate construction matters from site acquisition, entitlements, and regulatory compliance, through contracting and construction to tenancy and sale, including related litigation and alternative dispute resolution. Bill’s primary goal in practice is to preserve and protect his clients’ reputations and business relationships, and resolve disputes quickly and cost-effectively. Bill also has experience in construction defect litigation, insurance litigation and coverage, water quality litigation and CEQA compliance.

Bill graduated from the UC Davis School of Law (“King Hall”), where he served as Editor-in-Chief of the Business Law Journal Vol. 14, won the 2013 Anthon/Doremus Environmental Law Writing Prize, and earned a certificate in Environmental Law. Bill also published two peer-reviewed articles while at King Hall, one on the Colorado River Treaty with Mexico and another on California ballot initiatives regarding wastewater rates.

Prior to becoming a lawyer, Bill enjoyed a nine-year career in commercial real estate, first as an Associate Development Director at the Pennsylvania Real Estate Investment Trust, and later as founder of a small company called Ventuity. Bill holds two Bachelor’s degrees from the University of Pennsylvania, where he was privileged to participate in the Jerome Fisher Program in Management and Technology – one in computer science and the other in economics.

Bill lives in Campbell and enjoys racquetball, tennis, golf, trap and skeet shooting, boxing, appreciating fine art and making ceramic pottery.

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