Entries by Baird Williams & Greer

Technology and the Court of Law

By Daryl Williams, Partner and Attorney at Law, Baird Williams & Greer, Attorneys at Law  At Baird Williams & Greer, we are strong supporters of technology in the courtroom. In fact, we work with TrailDirector, to keep organized in the office and present a stronger case in the courtroom. Derek Miller, Chief Executive Officer and […]

Daryl Williams featured in the Phoenix Business Journal

Gilbert-based software helps lawyers defend clients more efficiently, effectively in courtroom Phoenix commercial trial attorney Daryl Williams has been using computers to keep track of documents since the late 1980s. The partner at Baird, Williams & Greer Law in Phoenix discovered Gilbert-based TrialDirector two years ago, and has been instrumental in helping inData Corp. with […]

Media Coverage of Victory in Jay Dobyns Case

*UPDATED* Multiple media outlets covered the Jay Dobyns victory in the case against the ATF. BWG attorney James Reed was quoted extensively in the coverage. ABC News: Retired Agent Awarded $173,000 in ATF Lawsuit USA Today: Court favors ex-agent in suit against ATF Arizona Republic and Channel 12 NBC TV News: Judge: ATF to pay $173K to ex-agent […]

MEDIA ADVISORY: ATF Special Agent Jay Dobyns (ret.) Defeats the U.S. Department of Justice in U.S. Court of Federal Claims

Today, Federal Judge Francis M. Allegra of the United States Court of Federal Claims released his trial court opinion following a three week trial to the bench, finding in favor of 27 year United States Federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) undercover Special Agent Jay Dobyns (ret’d), against the defendant United States […]

Digital Estate Planning

By Ryan Johnson, IT Director A news story circulated not too long ago about a lawsuit brought by Bruce Willis against Apple involving the star’s right to transfer ownership of his vast iTunes collection to his heirs when he dies. Though the story was ultimately debunked by his representatives, it raised an interesting dilemma surrounding […]

What to Look for in a Trial Attorney

When describing lawyers, my Contracts professor in law school used to say, “You shouldn’t judge an entire profession by three or four hundred thousand bad apples.”[1] But with the bushels of bad apple lawyers, there are also many very good and conscientious attorneys who strive to do what is best for their client. So how […]