Africa Practice

Williams LLP's Africa practice advises individuals and entities with substantial ties to and interests in Africa.  Williams LLP's service has focused on advising clients on the enforceability of international arbitration clauses under EU Law, United States Law, and US federal and state laws, forming entities in the United States to allow for doing business in the United States.

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Bankruptcy and Reorganization Practice

Our bankruptcy and restructuring practice focus on Chapter 7, Chapter 11, Chapter 15, and adversary proceedings. We excel at providing clients strategic advice in navigating the bankruptcy process and procedure.

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Corporate Practice

Our corporate practice complements our commercial and business litigation and international arbitration practices.

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Commercial and Business Litigation Practice

We are committed to clients to providing quality representation in litigation and arbitration matters. Our firm has focused on providing creative solutions to difficult legal issues our clients face. We have litigated in state and federal courts across the United States that often involves interpreting local and foreign law.

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United Nations Practice

Williams LLP's United Nations Practice focuses largely on representing Permanent Missions and Consulates of mostly African countries in all disputes they face in American courts. We have represented Permanent Missions in disputes with employees, contractual disputes with third parties and vendors, among other disputes.

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Anti-trust Practice

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International Arbitration Practice

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Employment and Workplace Practice

Williams LLP's employment law practice focuses on representing domestic and international companies on employment issues regarding hiring, firing, designing and leave policies and practices, wage disputes, enforcing noncompetition agreements, sexual harassment, sex discrimination in wage payments, misclassification of workers claims, and issues relating to wrongful discharge of employees. 

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