Meet The Pilot Who Regularly Wins
Aviation Cases – even the complex ones against huge opponents
Williams Commercial Law Group has a depth of experience in aviation law that makes it an unparalleled leader in the field. Daryl Williams has handled aviation cases for 40 years, including all types of claims arising from aircrafts and airports, regulatory issues, and FAA disputes. We have represented clients in all aspects of aviation law and at all levels of government.
As aviation attorneys, we have taken a leading role litigating aircraft-related disputes for aircraft manufacturers, domestic airlines, airport operators, civil aviation authorities, airline passengers, pilots, financiers, and commercial operators. The amount of experience and knowledge that Williams Commercial Law Group has in this area of the law, along with our technological expertise, enables us to efficiently and cost-effectively represent all of our clients in all matters related to aviation law.
Williams Commercial Law Group has the unique advantage of a long-standing personal interest in aviation. Daryl Williams is an active, experienced licensed pilot (commercial, multi-engine land with instrument rating), who provides expertise and helpful guidance on aviation-related cases. A pilot’s perspective is essential understanding the issues often overlooked in official case investigations and key to providing a pilot/operator view of the issues.
Our aviation background enables us to cost-effectively and efficiently represent our clients in aviation-related matters. Call us to speak with your Phoenix aviation attorney today.
Verdict/settlement for our client::
Daryl Williams represented the ground-lessee of property at the City of Glendale Airport in claims against the city for discrimination and violation of federal grant assurances.
Both a state court action and a Part 16 complaint under the FARs were filed. Mr. Williams won a verdict for $1,777,918 against the city of Glendale (collected when the city’s payroll account was garnished before the notice of appeal) and an order by the FAA Administrator finding the city in violation of its grant assurances.