Bobby R. Williams, Jr.


  • Thursday, July 6, 2017
    In the legal world, there was a simpler time – a time before the “e” in e-discovery. When the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure were established in 1938, handwritten and typewritten documents were the primary methods for creating content. If you wanted to duplicate content, mimeographs and offset printing were the main machine options.
  • Tuesday, March 18, 2014
    Let’s face it – suggest a litigation readiness plan to any corporate officer and you might as well be trying to convince him of an impending zombie invasion. While many of us in the legal space understand the importance of such a plan, business generally does not respond to maybes. Take society as an example. It isn’t until after...