ROBERT "Bob" WILLIS, concentrating his practice on construction defect litigation, is licensed to practice in Arizona and California.  Mr. Willis obtained his Bachelor of Science from University of Michigan and his Juris Doctor from Detroit College of Law at Michigan State University. He is also a certified mediator through Pepperdine University.  


Before joining the firm, Bob successfully worked on the medicine staff for the 1985 Fiesta Bowl, 1984 Holiday Bowl, 1984 Sugar Bowl and 1983 Rose Bowl. 


In the Arizona legal community, Bob is best known as a reasonable, no-nonsense, fair and well-seasoned construction defect attorney. As a licensed residential builder with over twenty five (25) years of hands on construction experience himself and as an attorney who spent the first eight (8) years of his legal career defending developers, contractors and subcontractors and then the last eight (8) years representing homeowners, homeowners associations and commercial property owners, Bob understands both sides of any construction dispute. This allows Bob to be a highly effective and efficient attorney and he can also be truly “neutral” when called upon to serve as a mediator or arbitrator.


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Construction Defect and HOA Attorneys in Phoenix, Arizona in Maricopa County including Avondale, Buckeye, Chandler, Gilbert, Glendale, Goodyear, Mesa, Peoria, Phoenix, Scottsdale, Sun City, Surprise, and Tempe


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