Cameron concentrates his practice in complex commercial litigation and represents clients across multiple industries in both state and federal courts.
Cameron’s approach to litigation is informed by the perspective he gained in his former position as an associate at well-regarded Philadelphia law firm that regularly represented plaintiffs in multi-million-dollar litigation against businesses.
Cameron received his law degree from Temple University, magna cum laude, where he was actively involved as an editor for the Temple Law Review. He also received an LLM in taxation from Temple University.
Cameron’s approach to litigation is informed by the perspective he gained in his former position as an associate at well-regarded Philadelphia law firm that regularly represented plaintiffs in multi-million-dollar litigation against businesses. He teaches a course on the law, policy, and practice of domestic arbitration as an adjunct professor at the University of Pittsburgh Law School.
Commercial Litigation Experience
- Successfully obtained dismissals in multiple suits against franchisors for lack of personal jurisdiction.
- Obtained a multi-million-dollar arbitration award in favor of a major real estate investor in an arbitration concerning its rights to manage an LLC, following breaches of contract by its co-investors, and defended that award from a motion to vacate.
- Represented a large financial institution against claims that it aided and abetted the multi-million-dollar fraud committed by one of its account holders.
- Successfully defended the enforceability of an arbitration agreement against a bankruptcy trustee’s attempt to reject the agreement.
- Litigated multiple cases against insurance companies for their bad faith denial of coverage to an additional insured.
- Assisted an oil and gas company assess force majeure issues associated with weather-related production disruptions.
- Assisted natural gas production company assess its obligation under surface rights agreements.
Temple University Beasley School of LawLLM
Temple University Beasley School of LawJD
magna cum laude, Staff Editor, Temple Law Review2020
Utah State UniversityBSEconomics and Political Science
magna cum laude2017
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