Kelly A. Williams, Attorney
Kelly Williams' practice focuses on complex commercial litigation, insurance coverage and intellectual property law. Ms. Williams handles all phases of litigation in state and federal courts. Ms. Williams represents national insurance companies involving coverage claims by policy holders and has experience overseeing large scale e-discovery in federal court. In addition, Ms. Williams has defended corporations against trademark infringement claims and has acted as local patent infringement counsel. Ms. Williams' experience also includes representing corporations in product liability litigation. Before joining Picadio Sneath Miller & Norton, Ms. Williams practiced law at McGuireWoods LLP and has practiced in both
Ms. Williams is a member of the Allegheny Bar Association and its Public Service Committee. She serves as the Chair of the Public Service Committee's Volunteer Recognition Event, which honors
SELECTED CASES PROSECUTED OR DEFENDED TO VERDICT, DISMISSAL OR SETTLEMENT
Jones v. ABC Manufacturing Company Federal District Court (
|Education:||The Ohio State University B.A. with Honors|
|Admissions:||U.S. District Court Eastern District of Pennsylvania 1994|
New Jersey 1994
U.S. District Court Western District of Pennsylvania 1999
U.S. Court of Appeals 3rd Circuit 1995
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