Warren Holland has litigated cases in several state and federal jurisdictions, including Pennsylvania, New York, and New Jersey with over 50 defense verdicts at trial. He is well-versed in state and federal civil procedure and evidentiary practice, and has experience in all stages of litigation from the initial pleadings through appeals, including: written discovery, deposition preparation of corporate designees and fact witnesses, examinations under oath, depositions of parties and witnesses, and pre-trial and post-trial motion practice. His trial experience ranges from defending individuals in personal injury actions, to defending insurance companies and medical professionals against multimillion-dollar allegations of defamation, civil conspiracy, bad faith and malpractice.
Over the course of his career, Warren has gained extensive experience in the field of insurance and healthcare fraud. He has helped his corporate clients investigate and prosecute fraud on numerous occasions, and has served as counsel in several complex insurance fraud and civil RICO cases which have resulted in substantial verdicts or settlements in his clients’ favor.
His practice has a unique focus in appellate law with notable favorable decisions that have helped shape law in the insurance defense arena. He has authored numerous appellate briefs in both state and federal jurisdictions on a variety of issues including statutory construction, the attorney-client privilege, the scope of the Health Insurance Portability Act of 1996 (“HIPAA”), the sufficiency of zero dollar jury awards, and the validity of discovery sanctions levied against opposing counsel. He has successfully argued these issues before the Pennsylvania Superior Court on several occasions.
Warren prides himself on his ability to handle complicated matters involving novel issues of law. He enjoys the challenge of handling cases others would find difficult and resolving them successfully for his clients. He is well respected in the legal community with a strong reputation for working well with opposing counsel, arbitrators and judges, while maintaining the highest standard of representation for his clients. Warren’s skill was recognized by the Thomson Reuters search committee when he was selected as a 2018 Rising Star, which is a designation provided to only 2.5% of lawyers who are under forty or who have practiced for less than ten years.
Prior to attending law school, he was the men’s freshman rowing coach at Colgate University and led one of his crews to a first-ever national championship.