Vice President of Law and Human Resources

Mr. William F. Gill IV is an innovative and accomplished attorney with over fourteen years of demonstrated achievement in the legal industry. As Vice President of Law and Human Resources for Holtec International, Mr. Gill has oversight responsibilities over all Holtec divisions and subsidiaries.

Over the course of his career, Mr. Gill has developed a wide-ranging practice with particular strengths in business counseling and in complex commercial, civil, environmental and criminal litigation. Mr. Gill comes to Holtec International after more than ten years at Archer & Greiner, P.C., where he represented clients in areas such as contract disputes, appellate matters, labor and employment, immigration and global mobility, municipal and governmental liability, insurance coverage, and construction disputes. Mr. Gill has experience with corporate issues, including M&A deals, non-disclosure, non-compete and non-disparagement agreements, lease agreements, service contracts and real estate sale agreements.  

Before Archer & Greiner, Mr. Gill was a commercial litigation attorney focused on complex civil litigation matters in the Philadelphia office of a large international law firm. In 2007, Mr. Gill was an Assistant District Attorney for the City of Philadelphia, where he acquired extensive trial experience while prosecuting dozens of misdemeanor trials and hundreds of felony preliminary hearings.

Mr. Gill has a J.D. from Rutgers Law School in Camden and B.A. from Washington & Lee University. During law school, Mr. Gill was named as an editor of the Rutgers Law Review and also enjoyed representing Camden-based clients as a student-attorney through the Rutgers Community Development Clinic.

Mr. Gill is active in the community and civic matters, and has served on several boards, including the Camden Special Services District and the Moorestown Soccer Club. He is a member of the Vidocq Society, a group of forensic professionals, law enforcement officials, attorneys, and others, who, as a public service, donate deductive, scientific and other talents to help solve cold-case homicides from across the United States.