Sean C. Campbell
Counsels and defends clients in complex business disputes involving commercial litigation, construction, state licensure, and legal ethics matters.
Sean C. Campbell is an Associate in the firm's Commercial Litigation, Regulatory and Administrative Agency Law, and Construction Practice Groups, counseling and defending clients in complex business disputes, including business torts, contract disputes, construction litigation, and directors' and officers' liability, among others. An experienced litigator, Mr. Campbell served as Assistant Counsel and lead litigation attorney for the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development, overseeing matters such as loans, grants, Act 47, Right-to-Know Law requests, and internal tax credit administrative appeals.
In his Commercial Litigation Practice, Mr, Campbell counsels and defends businesses, and their owner/operators, in the full-gamut of commercial and business disputes, including contracts, real estate, and tort law. He also counsels licensed professionals in Pennsylvania on state professional licensure issues and defends them in revocation and suspension hearings. Mr. Campbell represents clients before a broad spectrum of state and federal regulatory and administrative agencies. He also counsels legal professionals on ethical issues and defends them in every phase of disciplinary enforcement actions brought by The Disciplinary Board of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
In his Construction practice, Mr. Campbell counsels and defends owners, contractors, subcontractors, and material producers in construction matters and litigation at all stages of the construction process. This includes claims analysis, contract drafting and review, and claims avoidance, as well as representing clients in related litigation.
Mr. Campbell served as a Clerk to the Honorable Sylivia H. Rambo, U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania; to the Honorable J. Wesley Oler Jr., Cumberland County Court of Common Pleas; and Divorce Master E. Robert Elicker, Cumberland County Court of Common Pleas. Mr. Campbell is a graduate of William & Mary Law School and holds his B.A. in History from the University of California at Los Angeles.