"At CWP, we work through the documents, the electronically stored information, the expert opinions, and the law to break the case down to its essential elements in the aim of making the complex simple for our clients, the court, and the jury."
Jim Warren is focused on resolving disputes. He brings knowledge of the law and strategic thinking to each engagement. His commitment to dispute resolution is backed up by a willingness and ability to take the case to trial should circumstances require.
Jim Warren has tried and won many types of cases in his career. He has obtained multimillion-dollar judgments and successfully defended cases seeking millions. Much of Mr. Warren’s practice is focused on insurance coverage as well as complex commercial litigation such as construction defect, product liability, and business disputes. He is admitted in Mississippi, Florida, the United States Virgin Islands, and the United States District Court in Puerto Rico. Mr. Warren has also tried and arbitrated cases in Tennessee, Missouri, California, and New York, and handled matters in many other states and countries. He is also a successful neutral, acting as mediator, arbitrator, and court-appointed special master. Mr. Warren is active in the Bar, serving in various roles.
Co-author, Is Representation in an Arbitration Considered the Unauthorized Practice of Law in Mississippi?, 79 Miss. L.J. Supra 44 (2009), available here.
Co-author, To Expand Contractual Liability Exclusion or Not to Expand?, 22 Constr. Litig., no. 1 (Winter 2013), available here.
Blaming the Mediator: Mediator Coercion and Mediator Testimony Cases , 60 Miss. Law., no. 2, Winter 2014, at 38, available here.
Construction Litigation Jury Instruction chapter co-author
Defending Under a Reservation of Rights: Mississippi Insurance Defense in the Wake of Moeller and its Progeny, Mississippi Law Journal, 83 Miss. L.J. 1219
DSU Primer: Valuable Coverage When a Project Goes Wrong, A.B.A. Constr. Litig. Newsletter (Dec. 22, 2015),