Chad Williams Joins Lamb McErlane’s West Chester Location in Business Law Department

Chad Williams
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Chad Williams.

Lamb McErlane PC continues to expand, announcing Chad T. Williams has joined the firm as a partner in its Business Law department.

Williams brings extensive experience in investment banking, in-house corporate counsel and corporate private practice advising clients on corporate, commercial and transactional matters. He has significant experience in mergers and acquisitions and advising senior management and boards of directors on matters relating to corporate governance, fiduciary duties, internal investigations, corporate finance and business dispute resolution. In addition, Williams represents investors in connection with structuring, negotiating and financing real estate and other investment transactions.

“With the addition of Chad, the firm will continue on its trajectory of growth”, commented Joel L. Frank, Chairman & Managing Partner of Lamb McErlane PC. “Chad’s fortitude and considerable Business Law experience are an invaluable asset to the Firm and more importantly to our clients.”

Williams earned his JD from Widener University School of Law and his BA from Franklin & Marshall College. He is admitted to practice law in Pennsylvania and Delaware. He will practice out of the firm’s West Chester location.

Lamb McErlane PC is a full service regional law firm based in West Chester, Pennsylvania, with additional offices in Philadelphia, Newtown Square, Oxford, Exton, and Mount Laurel, NJ. The firm has 48 attorneys and has built a reputation on delivering the highest caliber of legal service in an environment focused on personal attention and results. Bringing the sophistication and experience equated with large, metropolitan firms, Lamb McErlane’s highly efficient, goal oriented and focused approach produces results that clients deserve.

Learn more at Lamb McErlane.

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