William Ingaldson represents a wide variety of clients in all stages of civil litigation. Mr. Ingaldson graduated from the University of Minnesota Law School in 1983 and is a member of the Alaska and Minnesota bars. He served as an Assistant District Attorney for the State of Alaska from 1983-88, first supervising the Misdemeanor Section, then heading the Major Economic and Corrupt Offender Unit, where he tried many major felony cases and started up the office’s first specialized Arson Unit. He was an Assistant Attorney General in the Antitrust Section of the Alaska Attorney General’s Office for a year, then entered private practice with the Anchorage firm Bliss Riordan. His practice there concentrated on maritime, insurance defense, and subrogation issues.
Mr. Ingaldson's current practice ranges from personal injury actions to products liability to claims for professional breaches of fiduciary duty. He has been the lead trial attorney in numerous cases ranging in value from several thousand dollars to more than $100 million dollars, including defending the first major oil-spill case to be tried in the country, involving the Glacier Bay. He has tried more than 100 jury trials in Alaska. He formed the firm in 1994.