Litigation attorney Bill Gibson focuses his practice on the interplay between complex facts and complicated law. He works with clients and expert witnesses to craft compelling, accurate, and admissible expert testimony that will survive Daubert motions and convince courts and juries.

With a particular emphasis on medical billing, claims administration, and economic/damages analysis, Bill can work with clients at all levels of an organization to effectively “translate” complicated and specialized business practices and procedures into stories that expert witnesses—and, ultimately, juries—can understand.

Bill also counsels doctors, medical practices, and hospitals on reimbursement and compliance issues, including the implementation of the federal No Surprises Act and similar state surprise billing laws. 

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In addition to his work with experts and representation of health care providers, Bill has robust litigation experience in cases involving breach of contract, commercial, employment, insurance, medical device, and real estate disputes, among others. He also has significant experience in white collar matters and internal investigations, including representing foreign individuals accused of violating antitrust laws and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.

In 2018, Bill was appointed by the New Jersey Supreme Court to serve a four-year term as a member of the District VII Fee Arbitration Committee. In 2021 and 2022, he served as Vice Chair of that committee.

Prior to joining Epstein Becker Green, Bill was a commercial litigation attorney at a large U.S. law firm. Previously, he served as a white collar and securities litigation attorney at an international law firm.

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Results may vary depending on your particular facts and legal circumstances.

  • Represented a national medical provider in a three-week arbitration of a dispute with an insurance company.
  • Represented a homeowner in a bench trial concerning a deed restriction dispute.
  • Successfully defended an insurance carrier in a jury trial involving allegations of insurance bad faith.



  • University of Chicago Law School (J.D., 2005)
  • Rutgers University (B.A., magna cum laude, 1999)

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