Darcy A. Williams
Darcy represents clients in a variety of complex and commercial litigation matters. Among other matters, he has defended a financial institution in connection with a class action arising under Uniform Commercial Code. Darcy also represents businesses and professionals in litigation arising out of Asset Purchase Agreements and Management Contracts. Darcy also represents both employers and employees in employment disputes, including claims arising under the Pennsylvania Wage Payment and Collection Law and the Trade Secrets Act as well as litigation regarding the enforcement of non-competition agreements.
Darcy is also a member of Fox Rothschild’s Construction Law Practice Group, representing both owners and contractors in connection with contractual disputes, including AIA contractual disputes, collection actions, Mechanics’ Liens and professional negligence matters.
He also regularly assists corporate clients in commercial litigation as well as transactional matters, including formation of business entities and drafting of contracts, leases, mortgages and waivers, employment and purchase agreements and security agreements. Darcy has also represented commercial lending institutions in connection with loan documentation, due diligence investigations, closing and secured transaction issues.
Darcy also works with the firm’s Intellectual Property Group requiring him to, among other things, litigate trademark disputes before the United States Patent and Trademark Appeal Board.
Before Fox Rothschild
Prior to joining the firm, Darcy was an associate in the Pennsylvania offices of several business litigation law firms, including a large firm specializing in insurance defense litigation. He was also a summer associate at a personal injury, family law and criminal defense law firm in Southeastern Pennsylvania as well as a law clerk for the Honorable Carol K. McGinley of the Lehigh County Court of Common Pleas.
While in law school, Darcy was associate editor of the Villanova Sports and Entertainment Law Journal. He was also research assistant for Villanova professors Don W. Llewellyn and Louis J. Sirico, Jr. and completed a judicial externship with the Honorable Juan R. Sanchez, now of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.