Suzanne Williams is a highly accomplished complex commercial litigation and intellectual property attorney who practices in state and federal court and before the International Trade Commission. Suzanne works closely with clients to resolve business disputes of all types including contractual claims, professional liability allegations, and false advertising claims.
Intimately familiar with the details of non-disclosure agreements and other privacy agreements, Suzanne helps clients manage crisis management situations skillfully while protecting their information, reputation, trade secrets, and privacy.
Drawing on her business acumen and Masters in Business Administration, Suzanne strategically counsels clients before entering into agreements to make certain their business objectives are being met. She appreciates the ever-evolving overlap between business needs and legal strategy and enjoys working with clients to anticipate and limit risk.
Suzanne is also highly skilled at managing large litigation data collection and pre-trial discovery. She recently trained, supervised, and led a team of over 30 attorneys from multiple law firms in the review of over two terabytes of data and 11 million pages of documents in a Georgia voting rights case. In addition, Suzanne guided over 100 voter witnesses through a multi-year litigation process from inception to completion.
Coauthored “Social Networking Can Lead to Tricky Issues for Trademark Owners,” The National Law Journal
Co-authored editorial content regarding U.S. Trademark Enforcement for World Trademark Review
Coauthored Teaching Materials for “Patent Litigation 2010: Working With Experts”, Practicing Law Institute
Coauthored “What’s the Fuss? Patent Litigation and “Reform Efforts Today,” The Atlanta Lawyer
Complex Commercial Disputes
Georgia State University
College of Law
University of North Carolina, Charlotte, Belk College of Business
University of North Carolina