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General civil litigation, professional liability, insurance coverage litigation, product liability, construction defect litigation, large loss subrogation, arbitration and mediation.
Carroll Warren & Parker PLLC, 2002-present, Managing Member 2013-present; Shareholder: Mitchell, McNutt & Sams, 1997-2001; Partner: Waycaster & Warren, 1990-97; Mississippi Attorney General's Office 1988-90; Assistant District Attorney 1987.
Admitted Mississippi, Florida, United States Virgin Islands, Federal Court in Puerto Rico. United States Supreme Court. Mississippi Court Annexed Mediator; Fellow, Mississippi Bar Foundation; Chair, Mississippi Unauthorized Practice of Law Committee (2015-19); Chair, Mississippi Bar ADR Section (2012-13); Co-Chair, Advocacy Committee, ABA Dispute Resolution Section. FINRA Arbitrator (Chair Qualified), Member ARIAS-US; Member, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators; Adjunct Professor of Law, University of Mississippi (2013-16), Bencher, American Inns of Court.
Co-author, “Is Representation in an Arbitration Considered the Unauthorized Practice of Law in Mississippi?”, 79 Miss. L.J. Supra 44 (2009); Co-author, “To Expand Contractual Liability Exclusion or Not to Expand?”, 22 Constr. Litig., no. 1 (Winter 2013); “Blaming the Mediator: Mediator Coercion and Mediator Testimony Cases”, 60 Miss. Law., no. 2, Winter 2014, at 38; Co-author, “Defending Under A Reservation of Rights: Mississippi Insurance Defense in the Wake of Moeller and its Progeny”, 83 Miss. LJ. 1219 (2014)