Whether for a sophisticated corporation familiar with the courtroom or a small business owner new to lawsuits, Perrin understands that for many clients, the uncertainty and difficulty of litigation — actual or impending — can be overwhelming. Perrin vigorously represents his clients’ interests so they can rest assured that, once he is involved, he will bring tenacity, proficiency and attention to detail to their cases — doing the “worrying” so they don’t have to.
Perrin’s busy litigation practice includes representing clients in civil litigation matters across a vast range of subject matters, including business and contract disputes; debtor and creditor claims; construction litigation, including mechanic’s and materialman’s liens; premises liability; personal injury; vehicle products liability; property disputes; and consumer rights in state and federal courts throughout Texas and the United States. He has represented clients, including individuals and small business owners as well as Fortune 100 companies, across a wide range of industries.
Perrin’s successes have included victories as first-chair counsel in both bench and jury trials. In the current environment permitting remote trials, he has won trial victories in person and through remote “Zoom” trials. He has also obtained numerous summary judgment victories for clients in state and federal courts. Perrin provides comprehensive analysis of claims for clients to develop cost efficient and effective litigation plans. He has worked extensively with technical experts, such as engineers, appraisers and medical professionals, to coordinate defenses that identify the weak spots in an opponent’s argument. Perrin particularly excels at understanding complex matters and synthesizing expansive information and records, then presenting that information clearly and concisely to the judge or jury.
Perrin has managed complex vehicle products liability cases throughout the country in state and federal courts in California, Arizona, Ohio, Louisiana, Maryland and multiple other states. He has defended vehicle manufacturers, equipment manufacturers and parts suppliers in individual cases and worked as part of a team of multiple law firms defending multidistrict litigation resulting from massive product recalls. He has also represented major retailers and apartment complex owners in premises liability disputes.
Perrin has also handled appellate matters in multiple Texas courts of appeal.
Before practicing law, Perrin taught middle school social studies for eight years in North Carolina and served as the head coach for the middle and high school boys soccer teams.