K&H Welcomes Three New Attorneys

We are growing and pleased to announce the addition of three new attorneys to our firm. Join us in welcoming Zamani Williams to our corporate team and Jack Cartwright and Taylor Cressler to our litigation team. Learn more about our newest associates below. 

Zamani Williams (Vanderbilt University; Emory University School of Law), Associate. Zamani joins our corporate team from an AmLaw Global 50 law firm in Boston, where she focused on mergers, acquisitions, private equity and venture capital transactions, and other corporate matters across a broad range of industries. Additionally, she advised start-up and later-stage companies throughout their corporate life cycle. An Atlanta native, Zamani received her Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing at Georgia State University and graduated from Emory Law School. While at Emory Law School, Zamani worked at Fox Television Stations as a legal extern.  

Jack Cartwright (Hamilton College; University of Pennsylvania), Associate. Jack joins our litigation team from Winston & Strawn’s New York office where he was an associate and served as that firm’s Pro Bono Fellow at the Los Angeles LGBT Center. Before that, Jack served as a law clerk on Senator Patrick J. Leahy’s Judiciary Committee staff and as a summer law clerk for the Superior Court of Pennsylvania in the chambers of the Honorable Judge Alice Beck Dubow. Jack also maintains a robust pro bono practice and received the Legal Aid Society’s Pro Bono Publico Award in 2021. Jack has experience working global cartel defense, health care merger reviews and challenges, white collar criminal defense, and securities litigation matters.  

Taylor Cressler (Harvard University; University of Georgia Law), Associate. Prior to joining our litigation team, Taylor clerked for the Honorable Gerald Bard Tjoflat on the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit. He graduated magna cum laude from the University of Georgia School of Law where he was an Executive Editor of the Georgia Law Review, competed as a finalist in the Jerome Prince Memorial Evidence moot court competition, and coached two moot court teams to first and second place finishes. Between undergrad and law school, Taylor obtained first-hand experience in the customer service, gig economy, education, telecommunications, marketing, trucking, and entertainment industries in New York. He managed tens of millions of dollars in sales for the then largest exporter of goods from the United States, purchasing recycled paper for export to China and navigating a rapidly evolving regulatory and diplomatic landscape. 


About Krevolin & Horst 

Krevolin & Horst is an Atlanta-based law firm with experience in courts and markets throughout the country. The firm’s litigation, transactional, and election/regulatory practice groups advise a diverse client base, from entrepreneurs to global companies. The firm provides sophisticated legal solutions across a multitude of business challenges.