The Williams Law Corporation® focuses
its practice in litigation, corporate and government issues.
Within its litigation practice, the Firm handles both civil and
business criminal cases. These civil cases typically involve complex
business lawsuits, contract actions, and environmental issues. The Firm
also handles corporate and partnership disputes for its business
clients and, for fellow lawyers, legal malpractice defense. Business
criminal cases typically involve felonies, misdemeanors and bonds.
The Firm has
significant experience defending against a wide range of federal and
state civil and criminal prosecutions in a variety of substantive
areas. J. Craig Williams is a highly experienced trial lawyer. He has
practiced law as a former prosecutor and has tried numerous cases to
verdict with an unparalleled success ratio. Mr. Williams also has
extensive experience in litigating and advising clients regarding
regulatory compliance and proceedings before federal and state judges,
juries, grand juries, administrative agencies, and before suspension,
debarment, and program exclusion authorities.
The Firm emphasizes
alternative dispute resolution as an alternative to costly,
time-consuming litigation. Where there is no alternative, however, the
Firm is prepared to go to trial.
Within its corporate transactional practice, WLC | The Williams Law
Corporation® forms various entities, including
corporations and partnerships, for its clients. The Firm handles the
preparation of corporate minutes and provides legal and strategic
counseling. The Firm also prepares and negotiates contracts. We
register both copyrights and trademarks. Services include loan
transactions and related documentation, real-estate purchase and sale
agreements and escrows. The Firm is active in cutting-edge science and
technology matters, including computer and web-based issues as well.
The Firm develops
practical, innovative and state-of-the-art strategies for its diverse
client base, and consequently has gained a wide spectrum of experience
in providing business advice.
The Firm represents
its clients before a wide range of governmental entities, and conducts
lobbying services for several association clients. The Firm does not
represent any governmental agency in any capacity.
To protect the privacy of our clients, we do not publicize our client