William A. Slover is Of Counsel to Lanciano & Associates, L.L.C. His practice concentrates on real property disputes, title insurance claims, and real estate litigation. He is New Jersey State Underwriting Counsel for Security Title Guarantee Corporation Of Baltimore. He also acts as a consultant to, and expert witness for, counsel involved in title litigation and related real estate disputes. From 1991 to 2013, concurrent with his private law practice, he owned and operated Province Line Title Agency Corporation, which specialized in underwriting commercial transactions in New Jersey. Province Line Title also wrote title insurance policies in New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Florida. From 2007 to 2009, Mr. Slover was New Jersey State Counsel for Fidelity National Title Insurance Company’s direct operation. He maintains his New Jersey title insurance producer’s license.
From 2012 to 2016, Mr. Slover was the Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Real Estate Section of the Mercer County Bar Association. He served one term on the Princeton Borough Council from 1999 to 2001. Since 2009, he has been an adjunct lecturer at Rutgers Law School, teaching a 3-credit course entitled Real Estate Transactions. He has lectured on real estate and title matters at the annual convention of the New Jersey State Bar Association; he has been a lecturer for: (i) Rutgers Law School Continuing Legal Education Programs; (ii) National Business Institute; (iii) various New Jersey title insurance producer schools; (iv) large law firms; and (v) the (former) mandatory ICLE skills seminars for new attorneys. He also has taught many courses in real estate related topics, which were approved by the New Jersey State Bar for CLE credits. Mr. Slover is a former member of the Amicus Committee of the New Jersey Land Title Association, and a former member of the Board of Trustees of the Agency Section of the New Jersey Land Title Association.
Prior to moving to New Jersey in 1986, Mr. Slover was a sole practitioner in Washington, D.C., representing criminal defendants.