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Mr. Williams focuses his practice in complex commercial litigation, real estate litigation and complicated business disputes, and representation of professionals before administrative review boards.  In addition to representing large Fortune 500 companies, Mr. Williams also regularly represents business owners, banks and lending institutions, medical and dental professionals, real estate agents and brokers, and other professionals in complex commercial matters and disputes. Mr. Williams has practiced extensively in federal and state court in Arizona, Nevada, Texas, Mississippi, Alabama, Virginia, Georgia, and Kentucky.

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Education

  • Arizona State University Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, Tempe, AZ (J.D., 2003)
  • Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ (B.A., 2000)

Court Admissions

  • State of Arizona, 2003
  • State of Nevada, 2006
  • U.S. District Court, District of Arizona, 2003
  • U.S. District Court, District of Nevada, 2006

Professional Memberships & Activities

  • State Bar of Arizona
  • Defense Research Institute
  • Maricopa County Bar Association

Trials & Representations

  • Chaurasia v. General Motors Corp., 126 P.3d 165 (Arizona 2006)
  • Ruesga v. Kindred Nursing Centers West, L.L.C., 161 P.3d 165 (Arizona 2007)

Representative Engagements

  • Represented a group of investors in securities litigation related to ownership and operation of a privately owned, specialty hospital
  • Represented owners of an Arabian horse farm in litigation with a former business partner related to the sale of an Arabian Horse resulting in a six figure judgment against the former business partner
  • Represented a vitamin supplement manufacturer in litigation against a former employee involved who misappropriated the client’s confidential and proprietary business information
  • Represented business partners in various disputes related to dissolution of the partnership, operation of a closely held family business and other intra-business disputes involving the partners
  • Represented numerous professionals, including doctors, nursing professionals, dental professionals, accountants and other licensed professionals in contested proceedings with their particular licensing boards
  • Represented client in contested proceedings involving ownership of $4.5 million in life insurance proceeds

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  • Represented a title/escrow company in various litigation matters involving allegations of professional negligence
  • Represented Japanese all-terrain vehicle manufacturer in numerous nationwide lawsuits related to product liability disputes
  • Represented an American automobile manufacturer in various product liability lawsuits throughout the United States
  • Represented various medical professionals in litigation arising out of alleged professional negligence
  • Represented borrowers and lenders in commercial collection disputes involving millions of dollars at risk in financing transactions
  • Represented clients in in various appellate matters, including two cases that resulted in published opinions by the Arizona Court of Appeals.
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