Hartwell Failey PLC

Firm Overview

At Hartwell Failey PLC our dedication to excellence in service and quality is the cornerstone of our practice. As one of our clients, you'll receive the best possible representation from some of the most talented and hard-working attorneys in the industry. We believe that providing high quality legal services in a way that reflects our value and integrity is the best way to build a solid, reliable law firm. This dedication has served us well - allowing our firm to grow - and allowing our clients to choose from a wide variety of legal services right here in Grand Rapids. Count on us whenever you need legal help, from copyright and trademark registration, business litigation and estate planning to personal injury and social security disability. We'll stand by you to see that you get the quality representation you deserve.

Main Office

233 Fulton St. East, Ste. 104
Grand Rapids  MI  49503
  • 616-965-1088

William H. Hartwell

Will focuses his practice on Intellectual Property and Business Law.

  • Bar Number: State Bar of Michiga
  • Thomas M. Cooley Law School
    Juris Doctor , 2010
    Grand Rapids, MI

    • Thomas M. Cooley Law Review, Senior Associate Editor • Certificates of Merit - Civil Procedure I, Scholarly Writing • Leadership Achievement Award • Atticus Finch Award in Professional Ethics • Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity – Chapter Justice

  • Valparaiso University
    Bachelor of Science, Magna Cum Laude , 2007
    Valparaiso, IN

    • Student Senate

William C. Failey

Bill focuses his practice on Social Security Disability and Civil Litigation: Motor Vehicle Accidents, Workers' Compensation, and Personal Injury.

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