Warren is a corporate lawyer whose practice is transaction-driven. It includes structuring start-ups, closing business acquisitions, completing secured loans, implementing tax-related reorganizations and everything in between. Warren likes closing deals, especially international deals. But, he loves deals involving triple-bottom line businesses. He firmly believes that those kinds of business dealings can change capitalism and change the world.
Warren is a past chair of the National Section on International Law of the Canadian Bar Association, and a past chair of the Ontario Bar Association’s International Law Section. He authors two chapters in the O’Brien’s Encyclopedia of Forms Division I Commercial and General. Those being Chapter 32 (International Transactions) and Chapter 33 (Joint Ventures). Warren has an Honours Bachelor of Commerce (Hons. B. Comm.) from McMaster University and a Bachelor of Laws (LL. B) from the University of Toronto. When he isn’t practicing law, he is at home with his partner.