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Franklyn  Williams


Boston University School of Law
J.D., 2006
Editor-in-Chief, Int'l Law Journal

Cornell University
B.A., 2003


New York (2008)

New Jersey (2007)
Franklyn Williams
Senior Projects Associate
Tel: 212-789-1357
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Franklyn Williams is a senior projects associate in the Firm’s New York Office where he’s part of the litigation team prosecuting complex securities fraud on behalf of institutional investors.

Franklyn brings nearly a decade of legal experience to his role as a Senior Projects Attorney.  As a Senior Projects Attorney, Franklyn is an integral part of the team currently litigating Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan Board, et al v. Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. et al, which alleges that Teva fraudulently misled investors about its U.S. generics business, its financial performance, and its participation in a widespread generic drugs antitrust conspiracy.  Prior to joining BFA, Franklyn served as a Team Leader on a variety of complex litigation.  He was also contracted to serve as part of the team at Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd that litigated Beaver County Emps’ Ret. Fund v. Tile Shop Holdings, Inc., resulting in a $9.5 million recovery.

Franklyn received his J.D. in 2006 from Boston University School of Law where he served as the Editor in Chief of the Boston University International Law Journal and participated in the Civil Litigation Clinic.  Franklyn earned his BA in 2003 from Cornell University with a minor in Law & Society and majors in both government and philosophy.  While attending Cornell, Franklyn externed with Judge Patricia Anne Williams of the Bronx County Supreme Court and summer interned with both NYC HRA Bureau of Fraud Investigation and NYC ACS Legal Division.