Collier Marsh focuses his practice on land use, state and local property tax, construction, and commercial litigation. His clients include real estate developers, commercial property owners, property managers, homebuilders, and homeowners associations. He represents his clients through all stages of construction and development, from the initial zoning and entitlement to the ultimate resolution of disputes.
In his land use practice, Collier represents developers of commercial, residential, and mixed-use projects in the Triangle and throughout North Carolina. He represents his clients before legislative bodies, boards, and commissions, and he helps them secure rezonings and other land use approvals.
In his property tax practice, Collier represents large commercial property owners before local boards and and the North Carolina Property Tax Commission. He leads a team at Parker Poe that has handled hundreds of property tax appeals throughout North Carolina.
Collier also litigates on behalf of his clients in the superior courts of North Carolina, the federal district courts of North Carolina, the North Carolina Court of Appeals, and the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals. In addition, he volunteers as an advocate for abused and neglected juveniles through the North Carolina Guardian ad Litem program.
Prior to joining Parker Poe, Collier served as a law clerk for the United States Attorney's Office for the Eastern District of Kentucky and the Office of the Attorney General of Kentucky.
While at the University of Kentucky College of Law, Collier served as the editor-in-chief of the Kentucky Journal of Equine, Agriculture, and Natural Resources Law and was a member of the Trial Advocacy Board. He also worked at the University of Kentucky Legal Clinic, where he provided pro bono legal services for the local community.