Stephanie M. Campbell Shares Her Perspective on Joining Goldberg Segalla with Law360
“I love every aspect of civil litigation,” Stephanie M. Campbell said in a recent interview with Law360. “To tell you the truth, my parents told me that I should be a lawyer from the time I was five years old, because they could never win an argument with me.”
Stephanie joined Goldberg Segalla’s Civil Litigation and Trial practice group as a partner in the firm’s Rochester office. She brings with her more than 14 years of experience counseling and representing corporations, educational institutions, municipal clients, and individuals in an extensive range of civil and commercial matters in both state and federal courts.
In her interview, Stephanie praised the culture of GS and how the firm’s diverse array of practice groups fosters the development of industry-specific knowledge to best serve clients’ specific needs.
“I am so happy that I decided to join the Goldberg Segalla team, because it really is a team. Even just starting out, the support that I feel from the organization is incredible,” she said.
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Stephanie M. Campbell is an accomplished litigator with more than 14 years of experience counseling and representing corporations, educational institutions, municipal clients, and individuals in an extensive range of civil and commercial matters in both state and federal courts. She has managed complex commercial actions, contract disputes, employment matters, shareholder disputes, business dissolutions, property rights and boundary disputes, insurance defense matters, negligence and other tort cases including premises liability and personal injury actions, and proceedings brought under New York State CPLR article 78 to challenge determinations made and actions taken by boards and agencies. Stephanie has defended clients against class actions, constitutional and civil rights claims, and cases brought pursuant to numerous federal and state statutes, including 42 U.S.C. Section 1983, the federal False Claims Act, the FMLA, the ADA, the ADEA, the New York Human Rights Law, the New York State General Municipal Law, and the New York State Labor Law.