William Bowser

Young Conaway Stargatt & Taylor, LLP
Contact: 302.571.6601
Law School: Villanova University School of Law - Villanova University
Jurisdictions: Delaware
3rd Circuit
5th Circuit
6th Circuit
U.S. Supreme Court


About William Bowser
Bill Bowser has represented both private and public employers on a full range of labor and employment matters for over 20 years and is ranked as a top employment lawyer in Delaware by Chambers USA and The Best Lawyers in America.

Bill joined Young Conaway in 1993, after over four years as New Castle County Attorney. Bill defends employers in employment discrimination, wrongful termination, and "whistleblower" lawsuits in state and federal courts. Bill has vast experience in representing employers in collective bargaining and administrative proceedings before the NLRB, EEOC, the Delaware Department of Labor, and other government agencies. He assists employers on avoiding litigation by developing effective employee handbooks, policies, and procedures; and he provides training to in-house counsel, human resource professionals, supervisors, and employees.

Specialties: Labor negotiations, employment discrimination and wrongful discharge litigation, supervisor training

Practice Areas
  • Employment Law
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
3rd Circuit 
5th Circuit 
6th Circuit 
U.S. Supreme Court 
Professional Experience
Partner, Young Conaway Stargatt & Taylor, LLP
County Attorney, New Castle County
Associate, Richards, Layton & Finger
Villanova University School of Law - Villanova UniversityJ.D.
Honors: Cum Laude
University of DelawareB.A.Criminal Justice, Sociology
Honors: With Honors
Professional Activities
Chair Delaware Cancer Consortium 2001-Current
Treasurer Candlelighters Childhood Cancer Foundation of Delaware 2000-Current
Distinquished Service Award, National Governors' Association
Governor's Volunteer of the Year, State of Delaware


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17th Floor
Wilmington, DE 19801
Telephone: 302.571.6601
Telephone: 302.571.6601
Fax: 302.576.3282