Bernard A. Williams is a partner in the Philadelphia law firm of Legis Group LLC, where he focuses his practice on representing local and regional small business owners. His areas of... more
Bernard A. Williams is a partner in the Philadelphia law firm of Legis Group LLC, where he focuses his practice on representing local and regional small business owners. His areas of specialization include complex commercial litigation and business disputes, general civil litigation, management consulting, and employment law. Before joining the Legis Group, Mr. Williams was the owner and ge... view profile
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