Mr. Woolley is licensed to practice law by the Supreme Court of the State of Texas and has been licensed to practice before the following courts: United States Supreme Court; United States Court of Appeals-Fourth Circuit, Fifth Circuit and Eleventh Circuit; and the United States District Court for the Northern, Southern, Western and Eastern Districts of Texas.
Mr. Woolley has represented corporations, partnerships and individuals in complex litigation involving various personal and business relationships and activities including real estate development, general and limited partnerships, insurance coverage, software development, oil and gas production, lending, employment, officers and directors liability, landlord-tenant disputes, probate, divorce and trade secrets.
Byron Woolley and Bill Wilson have both attained the highest rating of AV from Martindale Hubbel.
William R. Wilson’s practice includes family law, including divorce,custody and child support matters, Business and commercial litigation, Wills, Trusts and Probate matters with an emphasis on professionalism and cost-effectiveness.
Mr. Wilson received his undergraduate degree in 1973 from the Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, New York and his laws degree from New England School of Law, Boston Massachusetts in 1979.
Mr. Wilson has been licensed to practice law by the Supreme Court of Texas and is licensed to practice before the following courts: U.S. District Courts of Texas, Southern, Eastern, Northern and Western Districts, United States Court of Appeals - 5th Circuit. Mr. Wilson is a member of the State Bar of Texas - Family Law Section, Dallas Bar Association - Member of the Family Law and Probate Section.
Byron Woolley and Bill Wilson have both attained the highest rating of AV from Martindale Hubbel .
Byron L. Woolley's practice includes business litigation in state and federal courts. Mr. Woolley received his undergraduate degree from The University of Texas at Arlington in 1972 and his law degree from Baylor University School of Law, graduating cum laude in 1975. During law school, Mr. Woolley served as Notes & Comments Editor, and Symposium Editor, of the Baylor Law Review and was a member of the Order of Barristers. Other law school awards and achievements include receipt of the Harvey M. Richey Moot Court Award, American Jurisprudence Awards in Evidence and Divorce, and the Phi Delta Phi Outstanding Member Award.
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