Bill is an attorney with over 33 years of experience in the workplace drug and alcohol testing industry and the Co-Founder of Drug Screening Compliance Institute (DSCI) focusing on state, federal and subject-specific compliance training, education and consulting.
He is a past Co-Chairman of the Illinois State Chamber of Commerce Drug-Free Workplace Program, a 10-year member of the American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine (ACOEM) MRO Faculty, a past advisor to the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) MRO Committee, A 5-year participant in the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) Regional Student Drug Testing Summits, and a participant in the 1988 White House Conference for a Drug Free America.
Bill has been involved in many workplace drug testing court cases at all levels, including the 1989 United States Supreme Court decision, Railway Labor Executives’ Association v. Skinner. Bill has edited and written numerous articles and publications, including a reference manual for the motor carrier industry entitled, “Drug Testing: Motor Carrier Compliance Manual,” published by J.J. Keller & Associates, “Omnidex,” “Part 40 Merged,” and co-authored with attorney Tommy Eden, “Doing It Right: DRUG FREE SCHOOL TESTING.” Bill co-founded Info-Lab, Inc. and managed Workplace Health Co-Op, a substance abuse program administrator. During his tenure with Info-Lab, Inc., he co-owned and operated Info-Meth, a DHHS-certified laboratory located in Peoria, IL.
Bill regularly shares his industry expertise & thought leadership at several local, regional and national speaking events such as DATIA, SAPAA, SHRM & NAPBS.