William W. “Bill” Busching, graduated from the University of Mississippi and was a member and officer in the Sigma Chi fraternity while
receiving a Bachelor of Business Administration.
Prior to attending law school, Bill was a partner in B & B Properties, Inc., which developed Federal Income Tax Credit Properties in
Mississippi and Florida and was also a partner in a corporation that represented numerous manufacturers in the marketplace.
Bill attended Mississippi College School of Law, where he was a member of Phi Delta Phi, and was admitted to the Mississippi Bar in
Over the last twenty-two years, Bill’s practice has primarily focused
on litigation in numerous areas of the law, including, Insurance Defense, Contract and Mass Tort Defense, Arbitration, Family Law, Criminal Defense, Contract Law (drafting of Buy/Sell Agreements,
Non-Solicitation Agreements), Wills and Estates, Business litigation (Plaintiff/Defendant), Employment Law (Title VII), Personal Injury and Worker’s Compensation matters.
Additionally, he has been involved with the Mississippi Volunteer
Lawyers Project, offering his services to those in need. Bill’s unique background is invaluable in understanding and identifying the specific legal needs of individuals as well as, corporate entities
both large and small.
Bill has litigated in State
and Federal Courts and is admitted to practice before the United States District Court (Northern and Southern Districts), the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit and the Mississippi
Supreme Court, where he successfully reversed several lower court decisions on appeal.
Over the span of twenty years, Bill has been very active in both girl’s and boy’s
youth sports, as a Board member, coach and commissioner.
Bill lives in Biloxi with his wife, Cecilia, and daughters, Riley and Gaby, two
sons, Wright and Max, who live in Jackson and Ridgeland, Mississippi, and two granddaughters, Caroline and Marian.