Houston Fisher Phillips
Collin Warren, a partner in the firm’s Houston and Dallas offices, has more than 20 years of experience representing clients in state and federal courts, as well as before the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Review Commission (OSHRC), Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) Review Commission (MSHRC), Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), and other state and federal regulatory agencies. Collin was most recently the Chief Compliance Officer and General Counsel at APM, an affiliate of the General Electric Company, where he oversaw various functions including compliance, EHS, human resources, communications, facilities management, internal investigations, safety audits, employee relations, organized craft labor relationships, and various contested matters, investigations, and litigation involving the company. He has significant experience providing advice and counsel to employers related to Section 8(f) Collective Bargaining Agreements in the Building and Construction Trades, as well as EHS advice and counsel to employers in the construction and maintenance industries. Collin has experience with craft labor including, but not limited to, carpenters (millwrights), boilermakers, operating engineers, pipefitters, welders, and laborers. Collin is also familiar with construction work under most international labor agreements, including the National Maintenance Agreement (NMA) and the General President Project Maintenance Agreement (GPPMA). He has first and second chair trial and arbitration experience and has handled numerous investigations, incidents, grievances, and litigation arising out of fatalities, significant injuries, property damage, employee complaints, and labor issues. He also has experience addressing workers’ compensation and nonsubscriber issues. Additionally, Collin assists clients with proactive EHS compliance. He is a certified mediator.