Blaise D. Williams

Blaise D. Williams’ practice concentrates on complex commercial and civil litigation. Blaise has represented clients in matters involving business torts, construction, breach of contract, premises and product liability, toxic torts, and employment law issues. Blaise’s recent representations include work for a major manufacturer of home-building supplies in breach of contract actions with a number of different consumers, representation of an oil and gas company regarding a pipeline rupture, and representation of a national construction company in a construction defect case associated with a large hotel in the Houston area.

Blaise is the author of “Materiality Not a Prerequisite to Certification: Plaintiffs Need Not Establish Materiality of Allegedly False Statements for Certification of a Securities-Fraud Class Action," published in the State Bar of Texas Corporate Counsel Newsletter.