William C. “Bill” Trosch, Esq., heads the litigation department and is the managing partner at Conrad Trosch & Kemmy, PA., in Charlotte, North Carolina. Since 1993, he has maintained a diverse law practice with an aim toward resolving conflicts. Bill has handled a number of high profile cases, both locally and nationally. These well publicized cases ranged from lawsuits against the City of Charlotte to a high profile negotiation with the N.C.A.A.
Bill is an honors graduate from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; he holds degrees in economics and mathematics. He also was an honors graduate of the University of North Carolina School of Law at Chapel Hill, where he was a staff member of the North Carolina Law Review. His published work in the Law Review has been cited by many publications and courts, including the Ohio Supreme Court.
Bill also is a highly sought after educator. He was an associate member of the graduate faculty of the University of North Carolina in Charlotte, and he taught a negotiations class for the M.B.A. program at the Belk College of Business. Bill has taught groups of lawyers and nonlawyers alike on a wide variety of legal topics for local, state, and national organizations.
A Charlotte native and a graduate of West Charlotte High School, Bill is the third generation of attorneys to practice in his family’s law firm. He lives in the Cotswold area of Charlotte with his wife, Lisa, and children, Liam, Kenzie, and Gavin.
Bill can be reached through his website:
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