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Collin G. Warren

Labor and Employment
  • P 713.308.0381
    F 713.308.4090

With over 14 years of experience defending clients in cases alleging safety violations, labor and employment disputes, construction claims and general civil litigation, Collin G. Warren joined Adams and Reese in 2011 and now serves as a Partner in the firm’s Houston office. Collin holds a Martindale-Hubbell AV Preeminent rating and is a member of the firm’s OSHA, Labor and Employment, Construction and Litigation teams.

Practicing law since 2001, Collin’s practice includes providing clients with assistance during Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) investigations, responding to OSHA complaints and citations, and investigations arising out of catastrophic events, deaths, property losses, construction defects, equipment failures and employee complaints. He routinely advises and aids clients in regulatory compliance before many governmental agencies, such as OSHA and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC).

In addition to his regulatory practice, Collin has successfully tried cases to verdict before Texas courts and arbitration panels. During 2014 alone, Collin served as lead counsel in three arbitrations that went to a final hearing. Collin has extensive experience with insurance coverage disputes, personal injury claims, product liability claims, construction defect claims, landowner and environmental disputes, commercial collections and construction issues, insurance bad faith claims, and workers’ compensation and non-subscriber claims. The services Collin provides to his clients include:

  • Representing clients in regulatory actions
  • Working with management on Environmental, Health and Safety issues
  • Assisting clients with Labor and Employment issues
  • Litigating and trying cases before courts and arbitration panels

Collin is admitted to practice before all Texas State and Federal Courts. Collin is a member of the State Bar of Texas, the American Bar Association and the Houston Bar Association. Collin earned his B.S. in Marine Biology from Texas A&M University and his J.D. from the South Texas College of Law. He is also a mediator and received his training and certification through the South Texas College of Law Frank Evans Center for Conflict Resolution.

When not practicing law, Collin enjoys spending time with his family, working outside and working with several local churches.

Articles and Publications

  • Fifth Circuit Holds ‘Constructive Total Loss Doctrine’ Inapplicable in Flood Insurance Cases, Sedgwick’s Insurance Law Update (March 2009).