Attorney Malissa Williams Joins Marathon Law

Experienced Litigator Malissa Williams Joins Boutique Denver Employment and Personal Injury Law Firm

Attorney Malissa Williams

DENVER, June 12, 2017—Marathon Law, a Denver personal injury and employment law firm, today announced that Malissa Williams has joined the firm as a partner. In practice since September 2007, Ms. Williams brings a wide range of legal expertise, including complex commercial litigation, administrative and transactional law.

Prior to joining Marathon Law, Ms. Williams served as an assistant attorney general in the Colorado Attorney General’s office. For three and one-half years in that role, she represented the Colorado Department of Health Care Policy and Financing and the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment in administrative and state courts.

Ms. Williams began her legal career as an associate at Holland and Hart, one of the largest law firms in the Rocky Mountain West. During her six-year tenure there, she litigated federal and state cases on behalf of oil and gas companies and other large commercial clients.

Ms. Williams is a 2007 graduate of the University of Colorado Law School and an honors graduate of Amherst College.

With a strong proponent of giving back to the community, Ms. Williams currently serves on the board of Scholars Unlimited, a nonprofit organization that provides free afterschool and summer tutoring to at-risk Denver Public Schools students. She has also volunteered with Meals on Wheels and the Veterans Pro Bono Consortium.


Founded in 2012 by Jeffry M. Dougan, Marathon Law is dedicated to helping people who have been victimized by negligence, employment discrimination, wrongful termination, and unfair labor practices get the justice and compensation that they deserve. Marathon Law specializes in vehicular accidents, including car, truck, and hit-and-run accidents. When it comes to employment law, Marathon Law litigates employment contract disputes, wrongfully withheld wages and compensation, as well as age, gender and race discrimination cases.