Jeff Warren is an experienced trial lawyer who has tried numerous, high-exposure cases across the country for a number of corporations. In addition to his trial work, Jeff also has significant experience managing complex litigation, including class actions, MDLs and mass tort litigation. He also advises product manufacturers on potential regulatory and litigation issues.
Jeff’s extensive experience includes representing consumer product manufacturers, automotive manufacturers, off-road vehicle manufacturers, heavy equipment manufacturers, and automotive industry suppliers. He has represented these clients across a broad spectrum of issues, including: alleged product failures; claims of design and manufacturing defects; fires and explosions; warnings, instructions and other human factor issues; and toxic torts, including mold and asbestos.
Jeff has gained reputable recognition for his work in obtaining defense verdicts in high-profile trials. Jeff represented a seatbelt buckle manufacturer in Rezzonico v. Indiana Mills and Manufacturing, Inc., a multimillion dollar catastrophic injury case in which the team’s defense verdict was named to the "Top 10 Civil Verdict of 2014" list in Arizona Attorney Magazine. His defense verdict on behalf of Ford Motor Company in Myers v. Ford earned the same recognition in 2008. Similarly, Jeff was part of the trial team that represented Yamaha Motor Company in the Yamaha Rhino bellwether trial of Holt v. Yamaha that the California Daily Journal identified as one of the "Top Verdicts of 2010."
Jeff is frequently asked to speak about product liability law and has been invited to give speeches at the Defense Research Institute Product Liability Group Annual Conference and the American Bar Association Tort Trial and Insurance Practice's Motor Vehicle Seminar. Jeff is also the lead author concerning Arizona product liability law in DRI Product Liability Defenses, a State-by-State Compendium and a member of the board of the Arizona Association of Defense Counsel.