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White and Williams LLP Unveils New Website and Logo

Excellence. Creativity. Commitment.

September 12, 2011

It's the name you know, the service you expect, but with a new look.  Today, White and Williams unveils its new logo and website.

“We’re excited about the launch,” said Guy Cellucci, Managing Partner and Chair of the Executive Committee.  “The new logo more clearly illustrates our firm’s strong commitment to our clients and the enhancements to our website make our services more accessible to clients and prospective clients.”

While our logo is new, who we are at White and Williams remains unchanged.  The three gray cornerstones of the logo symbolize "Excellence, Creativity and Commitment," the foundations on which the firm was built more than a century ago and the values on which we now move into the future.  They guide the services we provide to each and every client.  These cornerstones represent the fundamentals that join together to form White and Williams, illustrated by the blue square.

Our website was designed with clients and prospective clients in mind.  We’ve made the site easier to navigate so that information people need to access is easier to find and share with colleagues and friends.  The new site provides the opportunity for clients to take advantage of newly-added features, including sign-up opportunities to stay informed about news, publications and firm events.  Our “cases and deals” section offers a snapshot of the varying matters we handle across multiple practices.

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