Admitted to the Alabama State Bar in 2000 and the Mississippi State Bar in 2001.... more
Admitted to the Alabama State Bar in 2000 and the Mississippi State Bar in 2001. Practiced with Starnes Davis Florie LLP for almost 15 years. Practice is devoted to litigation and regulatory compliance, including the areas of workers’ compensation, Federal Black Lung, mining liability, MSHA discrimination, co-employee injuries, labor and employment, commercial disputes and construction.
William C. White, II is a founding member and managing partner of Parkman White, LLC.... more
William C. White, II is a founding member and managing partner of Parkman White, LLC. This firm traces its roots to the small southern town in Alabama where Jim Parkman first began the practice of law in the late 70s. Jims prior work experience at a local financial institution gave him keen insight which he has been able to parlay in recent years into a successful corporate white collar/compli... view profile
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