William L. Campbell Jr.
Chip is a member in the firm’s business litigation practice group in the Nashville office. He helps individuals, as well as regional, and national and international corporate clients, with disputes in a variety of industries, such as healthcare, manufacturing, entertainment, publishing, and financial services. Chip has jury trial experience in federal and state courts, as well as experience trying cases in bench trials, administrative proceedings and arbitration.
Chip's recent experience includes:
- Lead counsel in lawsuit involving enforcement of a non-competition and non-solicitation agreement.
- Lead counsel for a defendant on class action involving student loans, resulting in early dismissal of case.
- Represents an investor client in a series of complex cases involving fiduciary duty and fraud claims against a co-investor.
- Lead trial counsel in suit filed by minority member of limited liability healthcare company, resulting in a seven figure verdict in client's favor.
Before beginning his legal career, Chip served as an officer in the United States Marine Corps. During that service, he served in an electronic attack squadron and as a forward air controller with an infantry battalion.
Chip serves on the Litigation Advisory Board for Practical Law Company. Before joining Frost Brown Todd, he was a member at Riley, Warnock & Jacobson in Nashville and worked as an associate with Maynard Cooper & Gale in Birmingham, Alabama.
Highlights & Recognitions
- United States Marine Corps.
- Mid-South Super Lawyers Rising Stars®, 2013
Recent Blog Posts
- “Quality of Care” False Claims Act Litigation Since Mikes v. Strauss: Has Anything Changed?
- Location, Location, Location: Understanding How Contract Provisions Can Impact Where Litigation Takes Place and What Law Applies
- Expanding Enforcement to Target False Claims
- Planning for Mission Accomplishment
Civic & Charitable Organizations
- U.S. Naval Academy Blue & Gold Officer
- The Covenant School, Chair of Board of Trustees
- Covenant Presbyterian Church (PCA), Member
Non-FBT Publications and Events
Co-author: “Alabama Code §25-5-11: A Narrow Cause of Action Against Co-Employees,” The Alabama Lawyer, January 2003