Todd Williams’ practice focuses on litigation and counseling involving a wide variety of complex commercial and business disputes in state and federal trial and appellate courts. He regularly handles cases concerning trade secrets, securities litigation, regulatory compliance, employment litigation, fraud, and business contract disputes. Todd also represents individuals and companies involved in government investigations and enforcement actions.
Todd has been named a “Rising Star” every year since 2016 by Washington Super Lawyers.
Prior to joining Corr Cronin, Todd was an associate at Paul Hastings LLP in New York where his practice focused on government investigations, securities litigation, and internal corporate investigations, including compliance with the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. Prior to entering private practice, Todd served as International Law Research Fellow for the Public International Law and Policy Group where he provided legal and policy advice to foreign government officials on matters including anti-corruption policies and political decentralization. He also worked as an investigator for the New York City Civilian Complaint Review Board where he investigated allegations of misconduct against the NYPD.
Project Thunder v. TNS (King County Superior Court). Represented telecommunications company against multi-million-dollar claims of breach of contract and wrongful termination stemming from an acquisition; obtained favorable settlement at trial.
McKibben v. Colacurcio Jr. et. al. (King County Superior Court). Represented former business owner against claims of breach of contract and breach of fiduciary duty. Obtained a complete defense verdict after a two week trial.
Municipality of Anchorage v. ICRC et al. (U.S. District Court, District of Alaska). Represented engineering firm against claims of professional negligence.
Somerset v. Wall to Wall (U.S. District Court, Western District of Washington). Represented corporate executives against allegations of securities fraud; obtained favorable settlement after trial.