Justin Williams, a controversial and successful Texas trial lawyer focused on oil and gas industry injuries and oil industry financial misconduct, is slated for a keynote at the MENSA AG (Annual Gathering) July 5th in Phoenix, Arizona.
Conference attendees, all meeting MENSA's highest IQ membership requirement, will attend Williams' presentation The Dark Side of Big Oil based on his upcoming similarly titled book wherein he looks at:
The industry's dark and deadly truths where refining and drilling workers too frequently lose their lives in unsafe drilling and industrial environments, communities near fracking sites see skyrocketing cancer rates, all while oil and gas giants cheat landowners with shocking royalty schemes.
Justin Williams is a well-known U.S. trial lawyer who helps the energy industry's victims and their families expose Big Oil's disregard for its employees' safety, untangle complex accounting frauds designed to cheat royalty recipients, and fight back against the denial of deadly health risks near fracking sites.
"MENSA members are an ideal audience to consider the possibilities of holding America's most powerful industry accountable for their deadly misconduct, hopefully sparking a national conversation about energy policies and an industry focused on profits above people."
The MENSA national conference marks the start of Williams' 2019 speaking tour.
MENSA is an international society with the membership qualification standardized testing results in the population's top 2%. The nonprofit's purpose is to conduct research in psychology and social science, identify and foster human intelligence for the benefit of humanity and serve as a means for stimulating intellectual and social contacts among its membership.
Justin founded and leads Williams Attorneys PLLC, a Texas-based law firm with a national practice spanning all U.S. oil and gas states. Justin provides expert legal commentary for media outlets including the New York Times, Wall St. Journal, PBS and others. He is the author of Crude, Slick & Deadly: Exposing the Dark Side of Big Oil set for late 2019 release at Sutton Hart Press.