Henry E. Ibe, General and Automotive Practice Group, Collins Einhorn Farrell PC
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General & Automotive Liability
Wayne State University Law School (J.D. 2014)
Eastern Michigan University (B.S. cum laude, 2010)
State Bar of Michigan
U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Michigan
Wayne State University Law School Fall Semester Donald E. Barris Trial Competition Winner (2013)
Wayne State University Law School Warrior Pro Bono Recipient

Henry E. Ibe

Henry focuses his practice on a variety of insurance defense matters, and defending Michigan no-fault claims for multiple auto insurance carriers. Prior to joining Collins Einhorn Farrell, he worked as an associate at a business law firm offering legal services to startups and entrepreneurs in Detroit. Subsequently, he worked as an associate at a prominent Detroit-based insurance defense law firm.

While in law school, Henry was an intern for Honorable Judge John H. Gillis Jr. at the Third Circuit Court in Wayne County. He also received the Warrior Pro Bono award for over 50 hours of legal pro-bono work performed at the Wayne State University Law School. Henry was also an active member of the school’s Moot Court and the Trial Advocacy Program. He also served as a student attorney at the Asylum and Immigration Law Clinic and is experienced in asylum, adjustment of status, VAWA, petition for alien relatives and work authorizations permits.


Member, American Bar Association
Member, Wolverine Bar Association
Member, Detroit Metropolitan Bar Association


A Forgotten Empathy and Diminished Hope: A View Point on Immigration, Detroit Legal News (April 26, 2017), reprinted on www.ceflawyers.com/news-and-insights

Presented to claims adjustment groups on issues facing insurers in district courts, and the importance of maintaining communication between claims representatives and the attorney.

Panelist at a Wayne State University School of Law event as a panelist of the American Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Division. The session was entitled “What Do Lawyers Do?” The discussion covered a variety of topics centered around the career and expectations of a lawyer, including the demands of law school, recommended classes, LSAT requirements, managing stress, and maintaining a work-life balance.


Henry volunteers his time mentoring through the Wolverine Bar Association’s AIM Project, a program aimed to advocate, inspire and mentor youth in the Detroit area and created in partnership with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metropolitan Detroit.