Stinson Leonard Street Partner Lonnie Williams, Jr. Selected for Inclusion in 2015 AZ Business Leaders

Press ReleaseChosen from among 5,000 business leaders, Williams earned recognition for exemplary professional achievements and leadership sparking economic growth in Arizona

Stinson Leonard Street LLP is pleased to announce that partner Lonnie Williams, Jr., of the firm's Phoenix office has been selected for inclusion in the 2015 edition of AZ Business Leaders in the area of commercial litigation.

He was singled out from a pool of more than 5,000 of the most innovative entrepreneurs and business leaders in the areas of health care, real estate, construction, education, banking, financial services and law.

Williams, a trial lawyer with particular experience in commercial business and employment-related matters, has represented businesses in a variety of different disputes. He has been honored by state and local publications as one of the best trial lawyers for the last 19 years. A graduate of Yale Law School and the University of Arizona, Williams is a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers, one of the premier legal associations in America. He has served in leadership roles in national, state and local bar associations.

The individuals selected for the 2015 edition of AZ Business Leaders "are catalysts for Arizona's economy," said Michael Gossie, editor-in-chief. "They are leaders. They are innovators. They have influence. And when they speak, they make great things happen. And together, they are guiding Arizona toward greatness."

In his profile published in the 2015 issue of the magazine, Williams shares his best business advice: "You have to decide to put in the time and effort to be an expert in your chosen field. There is no substitution for hard work."

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