A practitioner with decades of experience in all aspects of litigation, William Tucker offers expert representation in an extremely wide-ranging field of practice areas. William Tucker served as a prosecutor in the San Diego City’s Attorney’s Office for 2 years; an associate and partner at private law firms for 23 years; and as a successful solo practitioner for 8 years. Over this time, William Tucker has represented his clients in more than 175 trials. Arguing cases for both plaintiffs and defendants, he has successfully litigated on behalf of his clients, ultimately securing awards in the millions of dollars. In addition to his skill as a trial lawyer, William Tucker ehas extensive experience in alternative dispute resolution. The San Diego Superior Court appointed him a Judge Pro Tem for settlement conferences and trials, and he has served as a Mediator for the San Diego Superior Court's Mediation Progra for the past 15 years, as a mediator for the National Conflict Resolution Center (formerly known as the San Diego Mediation Center) for the past 20 years, and as a mediator for the American Arbitration Association for the past 10 years. He has also served as an aribtrtor for the Superior Court's Arbitration Program for many years and for the American Arbitration Association for the past 25 years. William Tucker has also served as the past Chairman of the National Conflict Resolution Center, and maintains membership in the American Arbitration Association.> With personal experience in a wide range of practice areas, William Tucker assists clients with their various legal problems in areas involving issues of contract, admiralty, tort, employment, antitrust, insureance, intellectual property, partnership, corporate and franchise disputes, sales, breach of warranty, guarantees, loans, fraud, leases, commissions and other real property disputes, unfair competition and class actions. William Tucker is admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court, the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit and all California State and Federal district courts. Martindale-Hubbel awarded him an “AV” rating based on peer reports for the highest standards in ethics and professionalism.