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Bill Dillon

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Clients expect value, proficiency, and personal attention as they navigate government and internal investigations. Taylor English provides an excellent value-driven platform for my white collar practice. Taylor English gives clients the assurance that we will protect their interests in a cost-effective manner while maintaining focus on their strategic objectives.

William D. “Bill” Dillon is a member of Taylor English’s Litigation Department who has managed complex litigation involving matters in Latin America, Australia, Egypt, the Netherlands, Germany, and throughout the United States. With more than 30 years of experience, his practice is centered on white collar, antitrust, and healthcare fraud defense.

Mr. Dillon strives to defend the needs of his clients by minimizing their exposure in state and federal white collar investigations. He represents top executives and company presidents and has prevailed on their behalf in matters of healthcare fraud; antitrust compliance; real estate foreclosure fraud; international cartel investigations; FCPA investigations in Latin America; the beverage industry; criminal pharmaceuticals; and more.

He handles a wide range of white collar cases including complex FCPA investigations, criminal pharmaceutical and healthcare fraud matters, SEC investigations, international antitrust investigations, federal public corruption cases, mail fraud, money laundering, and domestic bribery cases.

Over the past three decades, Mr. Dillon has tried and won numerous jury trials in the 3rd, 5th, 6th, and 11th Circuits involving mail fraud, bid rigging, wire fraud, obstruction, extortion, bribery, price fixing and other conspiracy cases.

As a Senior Trial Attorney for the Antitrust Division of the U.S. Department of Justice for more than twenty years, he supervised investigative teams across the globe in gathering and compiling evidence in matters affecting global markets, particularly in the United States, Europe, and Australia.

His work has garnered high honors in the course of his career, including serving as Chairman of the State Bar of Georgia’s Antitrust Section, 2018; Attorney General’s Award for Distinguished Service, 2009; Hugh P. Morrison Award for Professionalism and Legal Precision, 2008; Antitrust Division Award of Distinction, 2006; and more.

Mr. Dillon’s articles are widely published, and he is a frequent presenter both nationally and internationally at prominent legal forums.

His undergraduate degree is earned from the University of Louisiana; and he obtained his law degree from the University of Alabama School of Law.


Georgia Bar Association

District of Columbia Bar Association

Alabama Bar Association

American Bar Association, Criminal Justice Section, Antitrust Section

Federal Bar Association

Atlanta Bar Association

National Association of Criminal Defense Attorneys

International Association of Independent Corporate Monitors

Fellows of American Bar Foundation

Lawyer’s Club of Atlanta

Community Involvement

Federal Criminal Justice Act Panel Member, ND GA

Kingswood United Methodist Church

BSA Troup 477, Asst. Scoutmaster

Ashford Dunwoody YMCA Youth Soccer Coach

Practice Highlights



Speaking Engagements



University of Louisiana, BS, Business Administration, Finance, 1984

University of Alabama School of Law, JD, 1987

Bar Admissions


District of Columbia


Courts & Adjudicative Bodies

All Trial Courts of the State of Georgia

Georgia Supreme Court

U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia

U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Alabama

U.S. District Court for the District of the Virgin Islands


Georgia Trend's Legal Elite, Criminal Law, 2019

Martindale-Hubbell AV® Preeminent™ Peer Review Rated

Georgia Super Lawyers, Top Rated White Collar Crimes, 2016-2021

Georgia State Bar Association, Chairman of Antitrust Section, 2018

Attorney General’s Award, Distinguished Service, 2009

Hugh P. Morrison Award, Professionalism and Legal Precision, 2008

Antitrust Division Award of Distinction, 2006

Federal Law Enforcement Officers’ Award, Prosecutorial Excellence, 2001

United States Agency for International Development (USAID), Distinguished Unit Citation, 2001

Hugo Black Scholar

Henderson M. Somerville Scholar

Eagle Scout