Morris James partner P. Clarkson Collins Jr. became a fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers.
The induction ceremony at which Collins became a fellow took place before an audience of 850 people at the annual meeting of the college in New Orleans, the firm said in a press release.
Collins chairs the Morris James litigation practice group and has more than 38 years of litigation experience in complex corporate, commercial and fiduciary matters in both jury and nonjury trials.
He represents corporations, directors and officers, and alternative entities and their managers and members in class, derivative and individual actions involving governance, breach of fiduciary duty, appraisal, dissolution, summary proceedings, and claims for indemnification and advancement. He also represents clients in a wide variety of business tort, trust, fiduciary and contract actions, including trade secret, unfair competition, lender liability, joint venture disputes, and professional liability claims.