After graduating in 2002, William joined The Perryman Group as an Economic Analyst. He was responsible for creating and preparing economic damage models, impact assessments, and forecast models for a diversity of clients. William, under the direction of Dr. Ray M. Perryman, primarily worked on economic and liquidated damage models for antitrust litigation. In addition, William was a contributor to The Perryman Report, which provided economic analysis of topics relating to the economies of the United States and Texas.
In 2004, William joined Parks Associates, a market research and consulting firm focused on digital product and service market segments. While at Parks Associates, William conducted primary consumer survey research, authored syndicated primary research reports, conducted company briefings, provided consulting services for Fortune 500 companies, and presented at industry seminars and conferences.
Since joining Baker & O'Brien in June 2005, William has completed a wide range of assignments in the upstream, midstream, refining, and chemical industries. These projects have included asset valuation, cost of capital calculation, business interruption, purchase price allocations, and due diligence projects for industry and litigation purposes. He has assisted in the preparation of valuations of upstream, midstream, and downstream assets for companies, financial institutions, and for government agencies. Additionally, he has co-authored expert valuation reports of upstream, midstream, and refining assets. William has testified as an expert witness regarding the cost of capital in property tax hearings.