01.2017 — Present
Collective Medical Technologies, Inc.
Michael Williams is currently Corporate Counsel at Collective Medical Technologies, Inc., a SaaS company that provides healthcare organizations with real-time notifications about complex patients. Michael's work at CMT focuses primarily on software licensing, data privacy, regulatory compliance (e.g., HIPAA, HITECH, etc.), and corporate governance.
In November 2016, MountainWest Capital Network named CMT as the fifth-fastest growing company in Utah—a state which has one of the fastest growing economies nationwide.
11.2014 — 01.2017
Founder & Attorney
Williams Law PLLC
Prior to joining CMT, Michael Williams founded and managed a successful solo law practice, Williams Law PLLC. Williams Law served the complex transactional and corporate needs of growing businesses from a variety of industries, including software, healthcare, engineering, aviation, entertainment, and professional services.
08.2013 — 10.2014
Assistant General Counsel
Remedy Informatics, Inc.
Michael Williams was Assistant General Counsel at Remedy Informatics, Inc. from August 2013 until the sale of the company in October 2014. Michael's principal responsibilities at Remedy Informatics (a Utah-based healthcare software and data registry company) included the drafting, review, and negotiation of complex commercial contracts with large health plans and healthcare providers.
Additionally, Michael helped facilitate two rounds of equity financing and, ultimately, the sale of Remedy Informatics to Atlanta-based Liaison Technologies.
2010 — 2013
During his second summer at GW Law, and on a part-time basis during his third year, Michael Williams was a Law Clerk at Remedy Informatics where he would eventually accept a full-time position. During his first summer, Michael was a law clerk at the Rockville, Maryland office of Miles & Stockbridge, P.C. where he performed research and analysis in connection with large government and commercial contracts.
Prior to matriculating at GW Law, Michael Williams worked as an intern in the Education Division of the Federal Judicial Center in Washington, D.C. where he helped develop domain-specific training curricula and materials for federal court employees.