• email
  • share

William H. Curtis

Head shot of Bill Curtis
William H. CurtisSenior Of Counsel510.808.2000Bio PDF


William Curtis is Senior Of Counsel in Meyers Nave’s statewide Trial and Litigation Practice Group. His nearly 30 years of experience includes litigation in federal and state courts, an extensive range of regulatory matters, and transactional contract, business and advising expertise.

Bill has handled 15+ jury and bench trials and 20+ arbitrations, and has served as lead or key supporting counsel on 200+ motions, numerous appellate matters and 100+ mediations. He has taken or defended 300+ party, witness, corporate representative, and expert depositions.

His primary practice areas are complex business litigation, consumer affairs, labor and employment law, class actions, unfair business practices, torts, Proposition 65, American with Disabilities Act, general commercial litigation, construction defects, contract disputes, insurance coverage litigation, regulatory compliance, contract negotiation and drafting, real estate transactions, and business management and operations.

For 18 years, he was a senior litigator and transactional attorney at mid-size law firms that specialize in civil litigation, business, employment, real estate and corporate law. He most recently served for 11 years as Legal Counsel at a national big-box retailer of software, consumer electronics, household appliances and computer hardware. He handled hundreds of cases involving a wide variety of matters including consumer affairs, labor and employment law, privacy, breach of contract, unfair competition, Prop 65, ADA suits, real estate, among many others. He supervised outside counsel (typically 50 to 60 cases at any given time) and performed significant corporate and transactional work.


Unsolicited e-mails do not create an attorney-client relationship and confidential or secret information included in such e-mails cannot be protected from disclosure. Please do not include any confidential, secret or otherwise sensitive information concerning any potential or actual legal matter in your e-mail message. Thank you.