Harris, Wiltshire & Grannis LLP is pleased to announce that William Sullivan has been promoted to partner. With extensive experience across myriad aspects of litigation, Mr. Sullivan has deep experience from the earliest phases of a suit to post-judgment motions and appellate advocacy.

Mr. Sullivan has represented numerous clients in civil litigation ranging from discrete pro bono matters to one of the largest civil cases in American history. He also has broad experience in conducting internal investigations for clients concerned about employee wrongdoing, defending clients facing government investigations, and criminal defense. Mr. Sullivan draws from his litigation experience in representing the firm’s telecommunications clients in litigation matters and in proceedings before the FCC.

“It is a privilege to work with colleagues who share my commitment to defending our clients’ rights and finding creative solutions to their legal problems,” said Mr. Sullivan.  “I am excited to continue expanding my practice as a partner at HWG.”

Mr. Sullivan received his J.D. from Harvard Law School, cum laude, where he was the Chair of the Notes Committee of the Harvard Law Review.  He received his B.A., cum laude, from Yale University, where he graduated with a degree in English and Political Science.  A former journalist, Mr. Sullivan has written articles for U.S. News & World Report, the Financial Times Magazine, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, and Philadelphia Magazine.

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