Richard M. Williams, Partner with Gray·Duffy, LLP, has more than 35 years of complex... more
Richard M. Williams, Partner with Gray·Duffy, LLP, has more than 35 years of complex litigation experience including class action matters, and has tried more than 40 cases to verdict in both state and federal courts. His practice covers a breadth of litigation matters including product and premises liability, catastrophic and other personal injury, public entity defense, professional negligence... view profile
I represent companies and executives in employment litigation, administrative board... more
I represent companies and executives in employment litigation, administrative board actions, workplace investigations and mediations.I advise companies in their daily operations, focusing on labor law and human resources counseling, sexual harassment and discrimination claims, wage hour and compensation disputes, severance pay issues and terminations. I'vehandled manycases involving intellectu... view profile
Ms. Morton's areas of practice are intellectual property and business litigation.... more
Ms. Morton's areas of practice are intellectual property and business litigation. She has handled a variety of cases in state and federal courts. Ms. Morton has represented technology companies in copyright, patent, trademark, trade secret, and computer fraud litigation. She previously represented one of the leading file sharing companies in its dispute with the recording industry. Ms. Morton a... view profile
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