Besides running one of the fastest growing and most successful small law firms in western Pennsylvania, Adam Williams has tried his hand at several other ventures too. While he was growing his law firm, Adam and two of his friends launched a humorous political board game during a recent U.S. presidential election. This landed them an interview in New York City on Fox News. He also helped start a grilled cheese food truck in 2018, which was successfully sold to a local operator. Today, Adam puts all of his energy into leading and expanding his law firm, which has been expertly rebranded as Rust Belt Business Law.
Deep in his heart, Adam Williams always knew that he was an entrepreneur. After a relatively short stint working for others, he decided that it was time to hang his own shingle. At first, like with many startups, Adam launched his business as a side gig. But six months later, he was making more money working for himself than at his regular job, plus he had all of the gratification that came with operating his own business. What first began as the Law Office of Adam Williams has been cleverly rebranded as Rust Belt Business Law.
As you will hear in our conversation, Adam didn’t go from zero to runaway success overnight. It was an evolution to get to where he is today, which is the leader of a law firm that has recently been recognized in the top 50 fastest growing firms in the United States. This is all the more impressive when you consider that this happened from his home base in western Pennsylvania, which has been a region of only modest job growth in recent years. With a blue-collar work ethic and a roll-up-your-sleeves attitude that he attributes to his upbringing, Adam remains committed to helping clients “create jobs, pursue opportunities, and improve our economy.”
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