Bill Wagner is a seasoned trial lawyer who concentrates on environmental law, complex litigation, and white collar criminal defense. He represents clients in matters involving environmental contamination, class action personal injury and toxic tort claims, remediation cost recovery claims, and federal and state enforcement actions. He has skillfully guided clients through parallel administrative, civil, and criminal investigations and prosecutions, and has litigated complex business disputes (involving securities laws, trade secrets, patents, and RICO claims) and claims for policy holders seeking insurance coverage. Bill has tried cases involving complex, scientific issues in federal and state courts and in arbitrations throughout the United States, and is often consulted by other lawyers on the nuances of expert testimony and the admission of scientific evidence at trial.
Bill has been honored by inclusion in the 2012 Best Lawyers in America, has been regularly recognized as an Indiana Super Lawyer, has been named a Fellow of Litigation Counsel of America, The Trial Lawyer Honorary Society, and Life Fellow of the Indiana Bar Foundation, and has received the highest professional rating (AV) from Martindale Hubbell. Bil is a contributing author to the Taft Environmental Law Insight Blog and regularly speaks and writes for industry groups.
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