Williams Mullen

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Williams Mullen P.C.
Stacked Williams Mullen logo with arrows
Headquarters Richmond, Virginia
No. of offices 10
No. of attorneys approximately 230[1]
Major practice areas General practice
Key people Calvin W. "Woody" Fowler, Jr., CEO
Date founded 1909
Founder Lewis C. Williams and James Mullen
Company type Professional corporation[2]
Slogan Finding Yes
Website
williamsmullen.com

Williams Mullen is a regionally based, full-service law firm with more than 230 attorneys in offices across North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia and Washington D.C. Since the firm began in 1909, its goal has been to provide business and legal solutions to help clients’ businesses thrive. It is consistently ranked in the top 200 law firms in the U.S. according to American Lawyer magazine. Williams Mullen is the third largest firm in Virginia based on attorney headcount according to Virginia Business magazine.[3]

Practice areas[edit]

Williams Mullen is a full-service corporate law firm with a significant state and federal government relations practice. Its practice groups include corporate law, litigation, finance and real estate. In addition, the firm offers more specialized practices, including employee benefits & executive compensation, environmental law, intellectual property, government contracts, government relations, health care, intellectual property, labor & employment, tax law and white collar & investigations.

Notable lawyers and alumni[edit]

  • Calvin W. "Woody" Fowler, Jr.— Chairman of the Board, President and Chief Executive Officer
  • Craig L. Rascoe — Vice President & Chief Operating Officer
  • M. Keith Kapp — Past President of the N.C. State Bar (2012-2013)
  • The Honorable Ralph L. "Bill" Axselle, Jr. — Partner and Chair of State Government Affairs
  • Thomas R. Frantz — Chairman Emeritus of the Board
  • Julious P. Smith, Jr. — Chairman Emeritus

References[edit]

  1. ^ Firm overview
  2. ^ Firm history
  3. ^ "Profile of Professional Organization Contributors Williams Mullen". The National Law Review. The National Law Forum, LLC. 2012-11-05. Retrieved 2012-12-03. 

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