Protorae Law PLLC is pleased to announce the addition of member John Monica, Jr. to its Business Litigation, Antitrust and Nanotechnology practices, and associate John Williams to its Business Transactions and Construction Law practices.
With over twenty-five years’ experience, John Monica’s practice is concentrated in complex civil, multi-party and multi-district litigation. He focuses on commercial litigation and antitrust matters. John Monica is nationally recognized for his nanotechnology and chemical regulatory expertise. He advises clients on nanotechnology regulatory compliance and legislative issues, and monitors trade association activities to ensure adherence to state and federal laws.
Prior to joining Protorae Law, John was the managing partner of Porter Wright Morris & Arthur LLP’s Washington, D.C. office. John earned his Juris Doctor from George Washington University Law School and his Bachelor of Arts and Sciences from Northwestern University.
“We are extremely pleased to add another seasoned litigator to our litigation practice,” said Managing Member James Kinsel. “Experience counts when handling the complex litigation matters that our firm routinely handles. John’s background perfectly aligns with the Protorae Law’s vision of managing litigation to match each client’s business interests. We are also excited to offer John’s nanotechnology practice to our technology clients.”
John Williams joins the firm as an experienced corporate attorney whose practice focuses on guiding companies through complex business transactions, including drafting and negotiating ownership agreements, professional service agreements, and real estate development contracts. John has an extensive background strategically advising businesses and business owners on mergers and acquisitions, corporate reorganizations and restructurings, executive compensation matters, and compliance with government procurement and contracting programs. John earned his Juris Doctor from Wake Forest University School of Law and his Bachelor of Arts from Virginia Tech.
“John Williams deepens Protorae Law’s bench strength in the corporate and business transactions practices. We are excited to add John to our firm’s already robust transactional law practice, and we look forward to integrating his architecture and engineering clients with our firm,” said Kinsel.
Established in 2010, Protorae Law is a Tysons, Virginia based business law firm which focuses its practice on Government Contracts, Corporate & Business Entities, Employment Law, Intellectual Property and Technology Law, Real Estate, Commercial Lending, Construction Law, Trusts and Estates and Business Litigation.