William H. BreierWilliam Breier Clark Hill
William H. Breier
William H. Breier is an Associate Attorney with the Construction Practice Group in Clark Hill's Phoenix office.
William has been licensed to practice law since 2012. Since becoming an attorney, his practice has primarily focused on construction related disputes. William has represented homeowners in large construction defect cases, design professionals, property owners, developers, general contractors, subcontractors, and material suppliers. Additionally, William has handled matters involving real estate transactions, employment, probate, and Registrar of Contractors cases. He has actively participated in numerous mediations/settlement conferences and worked on cases in both litigation and arbitration. William is licensed to practice in the District Court of Arizona as well as the Superior and Justice Courts in Arizona. William is also a member of the State Bar of Arizona’s Construction Law Section.
Prior to becoming an attorney, William received his Bachelor’s degree from the Del E. Webb School of Construction at Arizona State University in 2002. William worked for seven years professionally in the commercial construction industry in Arizona and Nevada, including almost five years as a Project Manager. In his construction career, he played an active role on various projects including casinos, restaurants, Class A office buildings, medical office buildings, hospital/healthcare facilities, shopping centers, grocery stores, mixed-use developments, and telecommunication facilities in both the private and public sectors.
William is an avid sports fan and enjoys spending time with his wife and two sons, traveling, and playing golf.
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