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Williams, Williams, Rattner & Plunkett, PC
380 North Old Woodward Avenue
Suite 300
Birmingham, Michigan 48009

Tel: 248.642.0333
Fax: 248.642.0856

Email: rjw@wwrplaw.com
Web: www.wwrplaw.com

R. Jamison Williams, Jr. is regarded as among the premier corporate law attorneys in Michigan. He is the founder and Managing Partner of Williams, Williams, Rattner & Plunkett, P.C.

For 45 years, Rick has counseled owners, CEOs, CFOs, managers, entrepreneurs, financiers, and bankers in a wide range of transactions, including start-ups, leveraged buyouts, mergers, acquisitions, consolidations, roll-ups, refinancings, restructurings, liquidations and sales. He additionally possesses significant experience in financial counseling and estate planning.

Rick’s comprehensive understanding of business transactions includes hands-on experience based on his ownership of several companies, including start-ups. Prior to commencing his legal career, Rick worked in New York City as an investment banker for Smith Barney and as a management consultant for Booz, Allen & Hamilton. He also served as a Lieutenant in the U.S. Navy and is a graduate of the Defense Languages Institute (Russian).

Rick is actively involved in local community affairs. He is Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Michigan Opera Theater, and has served or serves on the Boards of Trustees of the Cranbrook Educational Community, the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Beaumont Hospital, University of Michigan’s Center for Hearing Disorders. He is a board director of a number of companies, including Penske Corporation, Clarke Power Services, Nexlink Communications, Conifer Holding Company, Green Optics and others.

Rick is frequently honored by peers and ranking organizations for outstanding accomplishment in the field of corporate law. Most recently, he was named among “The Best Lawyers in America” in 2016 by the most highly respected peer-review publication in the legal profession. Other of his accolades include being named a finalist for “Deal Maker of the Year” by Crain’s Detroit Business, Deal Maker of the Year in Cross-Border (European/American) Transactions” by The M&A Advisor, a “Leader in the Field of M&A” by Chambers & Partners International, “Detroiter of the Year” by Hour Magazine, and consistent annual recognition as a Michigan “Super Lawyer” by Thomson Reuters.

Williams, Williams, Rattner & Plunkett, PC:

At WWRP, we provide the highest level of legal representation across a wide range of disciplines. Our attorneys work closely with clients to understand and address their needs, seeking to deliver solutions and outcomes that help them achieve their specific goals.

WWRP lawyers have been serving the people of Southeast Michigan for more than 40 years, gaining invaluable experience and a first-hand knowledge of our region’s complexities. We know the challenges facing area residents because we live here too, and we’re committed to helping local businesses because we’re a local business. When you succeed, so do we.

While larger law firms may offer similar services, the caliber of WWRP’s lawyers and our flexibility, agility, and collaboration are unmatched. We’re big enough to handle your matter, yet small enough to adapt to the specific challenges it poses. As our clients will attest, they are represented by the entire firm rather than by a single attorney or two. The fact is that we like each other, we like what we do, and we work as a tightly-aligned team to service our clients. It’s an approach you don’t see in a lot of law firms.

More than just a law firm in the community, WWRP is a law firm for the community. Our visibility extends beyond the legal acumen, advocacy skills, and business knowledge that set us apart in the practice of law. Our attorneys have also held leadership roles in various civic, charitable, educational, and professional organizations, and many have served as directors of major financial institutions and international corporations.


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