FAQ’s

Who is Christopher Williams?

Receiving a B.A. in Political Science and a B.A. in Spanish from the College of Charleston in 2000, then graduating magna cum laude from Tulane University School of Law in 2003, Chris practices law in Louisiana and currently resides in Uptown New Orleans.

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What practices does Williams Litigation focus on?

Christopher L. Williams focuses his practice on complex employment litigation, including cases involving violations of wage-and-hour laws, employment discrimination, sexual harassment, retaliation, unpaid wages, breach of contract, whistleblower claims, and non-compete issues. After working for some of the nation’s largest labor-and-employment law firms, he opened his own practice in 2014 to concentrate on protecting the rights of workers and employees. Mr. Williams draws on his previous experience representing employers to provide legal advice to individuals regarding potential claims and legal remedies under state and federal employment laws.

Sex/Gender Discrimination
Race Discrimination
Pregnancy Discrimination
Disability Discrimination
Age Discrimination
Harassment
Retaliation
Unpaid Overtime & Minimum Wage
False Claims Act & Whistleblower Claims

What experience does Williams Litigation have?

Mr. Williams has litigated a wide variety of employment issues in Louisiana state and federal courts and in jurisdictions throughout the United States, including California, Illinois, New York, Ohio, South Carolina, Texas, and Tennessee. Additionally, he has authored and contributed to numerous articles on litigation and employment law issues in a variety of legal publications, including Bloomberg Law Reports, Employment Law 360, and the Bureau of National Affairs.

What legal memberships does Chris hold?

– Member of Federal Bar Association
– Member of New Orleans Bar Association
– Member of American Bar Association – Labor & Employment and Litigation Sections

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