William A. Markham, Attorney
Mr. Markham is a San Diego attorney who obtained his law degree from Harvard Law School in 1987. After law school, he passed the California Bar Exam on his first attempt and then worked for two years as an associate litigator in major international law firm (Coudert Brothers), where he learned to litigate antitrust cases. In 1990, he established his own practice. Since then he has become a skilled, experienced trial lawyer who mostly litigates antitrust cases, complex business disputes, and real estate controversies. In 2005 he became a partner in the firm of Maldonado & Markham, LLP, which keeps offices in San Diego, Los Angeles, and Tijuana, Mexico. (See below for more information about Mr. Markham's professional credentials).
Professional Experience: Mr. Markham has extensive experience litigating the following kinds of cases: Complex business disputes, antitrust matters, and real estate disputes. If you wish to learn much more about Mr. Markham's particular experience, please refer to www.maldonadomarkham.com.
Professional Credentials. Mr. Markham received his law degree in 1987 from Harvard Law School, and while there he served as an editor of the Harvard International Law Journal . After law school, he passed the California Bar exam on his first attempt and was admitted by petition to the DC Bar Association because of his qualifying high score on the California Bar exam.
In 1988 he became an associate attorney in one of the leading international firms of the time, Coudert Brothers, working in its San Francisco office. At Coudert he received his initial professional training and first learned to litigate major antitrust matters.
He established his own law practice in 1990. Since then he has evolved into a seasoned trial lawyer who mostly litigates real estate disputes and commercial matters in California. He enjoyed a short sabbatical from his work during part of 2001.
Language Skills. Mr. Markham is completely fluent in English and French and can converse fluently in Spanish. He uses his language skills in order to confer with clients in their native language. He is admitted to practice law in California, Washington, D.C. and various federal courts. You can contact him directly at email@example.com
|Education:||University of California|
District of Columbia 1989
U.S. District Court Northern District of California
U.S. District Court Southern District of California
U.S. Court of Appeals 9th Circuit 2009
City of Santa Cruz v. Lau et al 2005
Clark v. Quality Home Loans et al 2007
In re the McFarlane Trusts
Jensen Enterprises, Inc. v. AT&T, Inc. 2006
Tamburo v. Lipari 2000
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|Language:||English, French, Spanish|
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