William Hogg is based in Houston, Texas. His practice focuses on complex litigation, with an emphasis on litigation involving financial services, False Claims Act, ERISA, antitrust, and wage and hour cases. Prior to joining SWCKW, Mr. Hogg represented individuals in class and collective actions in wage and hour disputes throughout the country. His other experience includes representing companies in the transportation, oil and gas, construction industries, as well as professional liability for architects, attorneys, and physicians. Mr. Hogg also represented businesses in regulatory compliance and transactional fields in the medical, construction, and private equity industries.
Mr. Hogg graduated from Tulane Law School, where he participated in the moot court competition, published two academic papers focusing on complex litigation, and during which he contributed over 260 hours of pro bono legal work. While in law school, Mr. Hogg clerked for the U.S. Department of Justice prosecuting federal crimes and for the Attorney General of Texas litigating civil fraud cases. Prior to law school, Mr. Hogg graduated cum laude from Texas Christian University, during which he interned for the U.S. Senate, the U.S. House of Representatives, and the Mayor and City Council of Fort Worth.
Mr. Hogg is a regular volunteer with the Houston Volunteer Lawyers Association, the Houston Bar Association’s LegalLine program, the Houston Food Bank, and the Special Olympics of Texas.