Cameron is a commercial litigator who focuses his practice on helping businesses, business owners, and executives resolve trade secret and non-compete disputes. Along with Jeff Horst and Michael Boutros, Cameron writes the trade secret litigation chapter of the Georgia Business Litigation treatise.
More broadly, Cameron is a veteran of several trials and dozens of cases ranging from a few thousand dollars in dispute to over $5 billion. These cases have involved both state and federal court and many areas of law, including:
- Class Actions
- Corporations and Business Organizations
- False Claims Act
- Fiduciary Duties
- Insurance Coverage
- Professional Malpractice
Day to day, Cameron’s approach to dispute resolution and advocacy combines aggressive and creative use of procedural tools, an understanding of business and competition honed in his days as a finance and economics major, and an insight into interpersonal conflict informed by having much larger brothers and by being married to a social worker.
Before Krevolin & Horst, Cameron cut his teeth by clerking for two federal judges and then by practicing as a commercial litigator at two of the largest law firms in the Southeast.
Outside of legal practice, Cameron serves on Georgia Appleseed’s Young Professionals Council.
- Secured Dismissal from False Claims Act Suit
- Secured Dismissal of Class Action Claims
- Defended Officer and Shareholder in Dispute
- Defended Executive in Shareholder Dispute
- Represented Co-Manager in Dispute.
- Real Estate Investor Represented
- Secured Buyout
- Trade Secrets Theft Claims Neutralized
- Secured Six-Figure Settlement
- Defended Claims of Professional Malpractice
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