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 its seventh major version due out in February or March.

“The electronic management of documents before trial is essential for proper preparation for trial,” Williams said. “And the electronic presentation of evidence for the court and/or jury is likewise essential to an efficient presentation of the case.”

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BWG Partner Jim Reed featured in Arizona Republic profile

Arizona Republic profiles reporter Richard Ruelas featured an article on Baird Williams & Greer partner Jim Reed in Sunday’s Republic. The article focuses on Jim’s work in the Federal Court of Claims on behalf of retired ATF Agent Jay Dobyns entitled “Jay Dobyns v. United States“. The lawsuit went seven years, resulting in a plaintiff’s verdict and the denial of the Justice Department’s counterclaims for royalties for Mr. Dobyns bestseller “No Angel: My Harrowing Undercover Journey to the Inner Circle of the Hells Angels.” The litigation law firm of Baird Williams & Greer congratulates our partner Jim Reed.

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Media Coverage of Victory in Jay Dobyns Case


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

Phoenix New Times: “Vindication” for Jay Dobyns, Ex-ATF Agent Who Infiltrated Hells Angels, After Court Ruling

Examiner: ‘No Angel’ Dobyns wins ‘David and Goliath’ challenge against ATF

Fox News: Judge rebukes ATF over treatment of agent who infiltrated Hells Angels

Twitchy: Federal Judge: ATF ‘Fast and Furious’ official’s testimony ‘unworthy of belief’

AP: Retired agent awarded $173,000 in ATF lawsuit (various other outlets picked up the AP story)

Arizona Daily Independent: Dobyns vindicated, awarded $173,000 in monetary damages

Miami Herald: Retired agent awarded $173,000 in ATF lawsuit

Town Hall: Vindicated: Agent Jay Dobyns Wins Long Court Battle With ATF

Daily Mail (UK): Retired agent awarded $173,000 in ATF lawsuit

Courthouse News Service: Feds Owe Ex-Undercover Agent for Gang Threats


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 and the U.S. Department of Justice.

A full press release with information about the case can be found here:


Robert Greer argues before the Arizona Court of Appeals

BWG partner Robert Greer argued before the Arizona Court of Appeals on May 6, 2014, on issues never before decided in Arizona.  It had to do with the power of the state to sue an owner of land, whose ownership was public record, for environmental damages which were agreed to be paid by party to whom the land had been leased 15 years earlier.  The earlier judgment could not be paid, so the state turned to the landowner and sued on the same claim.

Robert Greer is no stranger to oral argument before the Court of Appeals.  Throughout his thirty-six year career, his litigation practice has brought him before the court numerous times.  Check out Robert’s biography for more information.  And to view a video of this particular oral argument, follow this link and click “Watch This Video On YouTube” in the window.


Daryl Williams quoted regarding aviation industry lawsuit

Daryl Williams, a partner at BWG, was quoted in an Arizona Republic article regarding an aviation industry lawsuit involving the Glendale Municipal Airport.  Nearly 20 pilots have filed a lawsuit in Maricopa County Superior Court against the airport, alleging breach of contract, broken promises, changing contracts, and loss of property value.  Daryl is the attorney for hangar owner Valley Aviation Services.

Daryl has particular expertise in this area.  He is a pilot who regularly flies his own plan in connection with his commercial litigation practice.  He also has extensive experience handling legal matters for aviation industry clients.

To contact Daryl about his aviation or commercial litigation legal practice, call BWG at 602-256-9400.



BWG Case Against the ATF Appears on ABC (KGUN9-TV)

Reed Interview

Baird Williams & Greer Attorney James Reed answers questions from the media after conducting closing arguments for Dobyns verse United States.

Baird Williams & Greer filed a $10M federal lawsuit against the Department of Justice on behalf of former ATF Agent Jay Dobyns, maintaining he was betrayed by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. Dobyns claimed the ATF ignored death threats against him and his family, as well as tried to frame him in an effort to cover-up their own corruption. BWG Attorney James B. Reed served as lead counsel on the case, which made headlines in Washington D.C. and Tucson, Ariz. for its riveting evidence and stunning testimony. ABC (KGUN9-TV) located in Tucson covered the story locally and included an interview with BWG Attorney Reed. You can watch the entire story here.