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Warren E. Kampf Counsel

Philadelphia, PA | Direct 215.864.7053Fax 215.789.7553
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Warren Kampf is a veteran litigator with substantial trial experience. As counselor to his clients, Warren brings a steady hand when tough decisions need to be made, as they often do from the very start of disputes right up to the jury’s verdict or an arbitrator’s award. He instinctively knows the value of cases, but he also knows when more is required to gain a true appreciation of how the case should be handled. He leaves no part of an outcome to chance and chases down every lead required to do right by his clients.

He has represented a number of clients in a wide variety of litigation. He regularly represents construction companies and other businesses and their insurers, as well as building owners, in property damage, construction defect and personal injury lawsuits. He also defends various companies, hospitals and universities in premises liability matters. He also handles commercial litigation, including breach of contract disputes between companies and individuals as well as disputes between executives and their former employers.   

In November 2010, Warren was elected to serve as a State Representative in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, 157th District, which serves parts of Chester and Montgomery counties.

Prior to joining White and Williams, Warren was a public defender in Chester County and an Assistant District Attorney in York, Pennsylvania and Philadelphia. He is also a former Chair of the Tredyffrin Township, Pennsylvania Board of Supervisors. 

Representative Matters

  • Defended a manufacturer of hydroelectric turbines in a lawsuit by utility companies for breach of contract
  • Defended all types of businesses and municipalities against claims by personal injury plaintiffs
  • Defended executives in lawsuits by former employers and brought claims for severance, stock options and misuse of intellectual property 
  • Defended general contractors, subcontractors, suppliers and their insurers in construction defect, property damage and personal injury cases
  • Represented companies in large collection matters where the defendants claimed breach of contract to justify nonpayment
  • Defended manufacturers of medical instruments and industrial tools in property damage and personal injury cases
  • Defended companies in subrogation claims for property damage
  • Represented companies in suits alleging fraud, embezzlement and breach of contract
  • Represented lawyers after the dissolution of their partnerships
  • Prosecuted indemnity actions against insurers and construction contractors for attorneys' fees and settlements
  • Handled litigation involving non-competition and non-disclosure agreements


Bar and Court Admissions


U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit

U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania

U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania


Emory University School of Law, JD, 1993

Yale University, BA, 1989

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