Christopher G. Campbell Partner Chair, Product Liability and Mass Torts Practice Chair, Atlanta Office D&I Committee email@example.com vCard Atlanta T: _+1_ 404_ 736_ 7808 F: _+1_ 404_ 682_ 7874 New York T: _+1_ 212_ 335_ 4725 F: _+1_ 212_ 884_ 8725 概要 主な実績 資格、学歴等 インサイト Email Print PDF + Share Chris Campbell is the Chair of DLA Piper's Product Liability and Mass Tort practice group, which is among the world's largest and most award-winning team of product liability defense counsel. A graduate of Harvard Law School, Chris has 20 years' experience in all phases of mass tort, class action, and other complex commercial litigation, including trying cases and arguing appeals. He has served as global, national, and trial counsel for many global companies in the life sciences, food and beverage, automotive, and insurance sectors. In addition, Chris also advises clients on regulatory, communications, and other strategic matters with the potential to impact the clients' business interests or reputations. Clients say of Chris: "He is great. Period." Others praise the quality of his strategic advice and devotion to client service as "truly indispensable" to their teams, noting their gratitude for "all the help (almost around the clock!) and good advice." Noted as "very well accepted and appreciated by the business," the way in which Chris fills out the role as coordinating counsel has been described as "extraordinary" and a "substantial support for inhouse counsel even beyond the US matters." Further regarding his leadership on international topics, he has been recognized for his "outstanding work" and showing "tremendous engagement for all questions" the client was seeking advice on. The Legal 500 United States has repeatedly recognized Chris, noting that he "commands respect" and leads the practice "excelling the clients' expectations." Law360 selected Chris as a "Rising Star" in the area of product liability, which cited his "knack for breaking down difficult science into concepts" and "creativity and unorthodox tactics" that "have set him apart."