Cory Collins | Partner | Springfield, MO Attorney – Husch Blackwell


Cory is a born entrepreneur who brings a boundless zest for making deals to his practice in real estate, development and construction law.
An experienced and vigorous litigator, Cory represents clients from individuals to Fortune 500 companies. He counsels on business and commercial litigation, including construction, real estate development, employment, product liability, contracts, negligence and property claims. He advises clients on property deals that involve acquisition and expansion loans, platting and development of real property, zoning issues, mechanic’s liens, and development incentives, including Tax Increment Financing (TIF), Community Improvement Districts (CID) and Opportunity Zones. He also works with banks and financial institutions on a variety of banking issues, from loan documents to security questions.
Before becoming a lawyer, Cory worked in construction and owned a full-service motorcycle shop. He even owned a baseball card shop while he was still in high school. His varied background and natural ease with people help Cory forge relationships and communicate effectively with clients of all kinds. These skills also help him understand opponents’ positions and work toward solutions.
Cory prevails by working hard for clients and providing the most effective representation to achieve client goals. His greatest satisfaction is in driving a successful deal across the finish line.
Cory spends much of his time away from work keeping up with his son, Corbin.
An avid Cub Scout and marksman, Corbin also thrives on sports, from basketball to golf to scuba diving. Cory and his wife, Beckie, are also divers, and they are expanding their scuba adventures into the Caribbean.
A pilot, Cory enjoys flying his family to the Florida Panhandle for R&R. Cory’s also never lost his love for biking, dating back to his motorcycle shop days.
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