Camden Webb leads the firm’s Firearms Industry Practice Group, offering advice and representation to members of the firearms industry, including manufacturers, retailers, government contractors and others. His practical approach and experience help industry members navigate this highly complex area of the law, including issues under the National Firearms Act, the Gun Control Act of 1968 and state gun laws. Camden also chairs U.S. Senator Thom Tillis’ Second Amendment Advisory Group, which is comprised of constituents who provide input on firearms issues.
In addition, Camden represents companies and individuals facing administrative and criminal investigations as well as those facing criminal prosecution. As a member of the firm’s White Collar and Investigations team, Camden has gained significant experience in defending health care industry clients facing investigations and prosecutions. He also serves on the court appointed Criminal Justice Act (CJA) panel of attorneys for the Eastern District of North Carolina.
Camden also represents members of the financial services industry, defending against lender liability cases and consumer claims, litigating disputes between creditors and representing industry members against government action. Since the beginning of the financial crisis in 2008, Camden has been involved in hundreds of disputes in which he has defended the interests of financial services industry members, their officers and directors, and their employees. Through his focus on financial services litigation, Camden has gained a deep understanding of the industry that he represents.
In representing clients, Camden seeks early and efficient resolution of disputes and applies legal project management principles to case analysis and strategy, staffing, information management and budgeting in order to increase efficiency of case management and to maximize the predictability of litigation expenses. And, when the circumstances require it, Camden takes cases to trial to assert his clients’ rights.
Camden is a member of the North Carolina Bar Association and the American Bar Association, where he served on the Commercial and Business Litigation Committee as UCC Sub-Committee co-chair, the Committee on Consumer Financial Services and the Committee on Financial Institution Litigation. Camden also helped found the Eastern District of North Carolina Chapter of the Federal Bar Association, and he served as its founding president.
Prior to joining Williams Mullen, Camden served as a U.S. Army judge advocate in Korea and Fort Bragg, N.C., where he practiced consumer law and administrative law, and was a trial defense attorney for two years.
Camden is also active in the community, currently serving as the chair of the board of Junior Achievement of Eastern North Carolina. Camden received a Bachelor of Arts degree, magna cum laude, from the University of Richmond. He earned his Juris Doctor degree, with honors, from the University of North Carolina School of Law.
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