Associate Attorney

William X. King

Contact

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Will King has devoted his practice to protecting the rights of working people, homeowners, and small businesses in complex cases throughout the United States.

Having represented clients from all walks of life, Will knows not only how to overcome the challenges faced by the underdog, but also the best methods to minimize litigation exposure. Before joining Feldman & Feldman, Will was an associate with a respected East Texas plaintiffs’ firm, where he gained substantial experience in wage and hour class actions, complex business litigation, and professional liability matters. Later, as an attorney for a premier first-party insurance boutique, he successfully represented scores of residential and commercial property owners in disputes with insurance companies in every corner of the state.

A 2011 graduate of Baylor Law School, Will won several advocacy competitions and was selected to join the Order of Barristers. Upon graduation, he was chosen to serve as the post-graduate teaching assistant for his alma mater’s nationally renowned Practice Court program. He currently resides in Houston with his wife, Morgan, who is also an attorney.

 

Education

  • J.D. Baylor Law School
  • B.A. English-Magna Cum Laude Texas State University

Admissions

  • State Bar of Texas
  • State Bar of California
  • U.S. District Court Eastern, Western, Northern, Southern Districts of Texas, Central District of California
  • U.S. Bankruptcy Court Eastern, Western Districts of Texas

Associations and Recognitions

  • Order of Barristers
  • Champion - Dawson & Sodd Moot Court Competition
  • Champion - Naman Howell Client Counseling Competition
  • John W. Joyce Moot Court Award
  • Leighton B. Dawson Moot Court Award
  • ABA Client Counseling Team – Competitor and Coach
  • Student Bar Association – Executive Board Member

Practice Areas

  • Insurance Litigation
  • Wage-and-hour
  • Business/Commercial Litigation
  • Consumer Protection/Deceptive Trade Practices