William B. Ingram




P: 801.532.7080

F: 801.596.1508

Bill has been representing corporate and individual clients inside of the courtroom since 2005.  He regularly appears in federal and state courts and has obtained many favorable decisions for his clients on summary judgment, at trial, on appeal, and in alternative dispute resolution.  Bill’s practice focuses on complex commercial litigation matters, including contract disputes, non-competition and non-disclosure covenants, trade secrets, partnership disagreements, product marketing issues, and other business and real estate disputes.  In addition he also represents clients in misdemeanor and felony criminal defense matters. Bill is a member of the Trial Law Institute and Diversity Law Institute.


Representative Clients and Matters

  • Resort Center Condominiums Owners Association d/b/a The Lodge at the Mountain Village v. 201 Resort Center, LLC, Case No. 120500354 (Utah Dist. 2012-2015) (successfully obtained summary judgment and trial decisions for The Lodge at Mountain Village condominium owners association in Park City, Utah, in a derivative action involving claims for declaratory relief and breach of fiduciary duty under the Utah Condominium Ownership and Non-Profit Corporation Acts)
  • Amway v. Mona Vie, Inc. et al., Case Nos. 2:08-cv-204 and -209 (D. Utah 2008-2010) (represented a network marketing company, MonaVie, in an action alleging tortious interference with distributor contracts, trade secret misappropriation, and false advertising; successfully argued preclusion of a multi-million dollar expert valuation of an alleged trade secret misappropriation claim)
  • EPWA, L.L.C. v. FF-20, LC, Case No. 07-0100725 (Utah Dist. 2005-2010) (successfully obtained summary judgment and trial decisions for a defendant real property owner against a boundary-by-acquiescence claim)
  • Bustos v. Salt Lake General Contracting, LLC et al., Case No. 080903525 (Utah Dist. 2008) (successfully obtained summary judgment for defendant parties to a real estate purchase and development contract dismissing breach-of-contract and all other claims)
  • Monarch Health Sciences v. Corkin et al., Case Nos. 2:06-cv-440 and -537 (D. Utah 2006-2008) (represented Monarch and individual third-party defendants in an action alleging breaches of securities agreements and fraud; successfully obtained summary judgment decisions dismissing non-contract claims and determining the proper valuation of stock warrants)


Professional Recognitions & Awards

Recognized in Utah Business Magazine’s “Utah Legal Elite” and the Mountain States “Super Lawyers”
Fellow, Litigation Counsel of America
“Barrister, Order of Centurions”




Salt Lake Office



  • Business

  • Commercial Litigation