Philip Williams Joins Zanes Law as Operations Manager
- Casey Hamm
- November 18, 2013 Company News
Tucson, Ariz. (Nov. 18, 2013) – Zanes Law, a personal injury firm with offices in Tucson and Phoenix, announces that Philip Williams has joined its team as operations manager. Williams brings two decades of executive operations experience to Zanes Law.
As the first chief executive officer of hydroGEOPHYSICS Inc., Williams led the company through five consecutive years of 50 percent growth compounded annually, while also launching the industry’s first 300+ channel 3D data acquisition system. While at ABM Industries, he delivered top 5 profitability and client retention among all branches in his 18-state region. Previously, Williams rose through multiple manufacturing roles at irrigation device maker Rain Bird, and served at sea in the U.S. Navy Nuclear Power Program. Williams is a graduate of the University of Arizona, for both his master’s of business administration and bachelor of science in mechanical engineering degrees.
“I am thrilled to be part of the Zanes Law team,” Williams said. “My career has been built on bringing positive change to companies, particularly in growthoriented situations, and I look forward to helping Zanes Law through its next growth phase.”
ABOUT ZANES LAW
Zanes Law is an 11-year personal injury law firm in Southern Arizona, with a large practice in motor vehicle accidents and workers’ compensation. Founded in 2003, the firm is led by Doug Zanes, CEO/Responsible Attorney, and Claudia Zanes, Director of Business & Marketing (Non-Attorney). Its attorneys have more than 40 years of combined experience in personal injury law. Zanes Law has three offices in Tucson and two in Phoenix, and prides itself on strong community involvement. More information is available by calling (888) 894-0135 or visiting ZanesLaw.com.
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