Tanner Camp’s practice focuses on complex litigation and internal investigations. He has experience in various stages of litigation and investigations, including crafting dispositive motions, drafting pleadings, preparing witnesses for depositions and trial, and managing discovery efforts.
During law school, Mr. Camp was a member of the Criminal Defense Clinic, where he represented indigent clients charged with misdemeanors in the City of Charlottesville and Albemarle County. He also served as an editor of the Virginia Journal of International Law and was named a Cowan Fellow.
Mr. Camp is proficient in Russian.
Representing a real estate investment firm and its managing member in an action against Cathay Bank for alleged fraudulent conveyances under California’s Uniform Voidable Transactions Act.
Representing a national staffing firm in a lawsuit against its former CEO for breach of contract and misappropriation of trade secrets.
Representing the Navajo Nation in an action against the Environmental Protection Agency, its contractors, and several mining companies for damages in connection with the environmental disaster caused by the Gold King Mine spill.
Representing biotech firm Sorrento Therapeutics as a plaintiff in an action against two of the company’s former executives and their businesses alleging a series of unlawful competitive behaviors, including breach of fiduciary duties and misappropriation of trade secrets.
Representing a Chinese entrepreneur as a plaintiff in an an international dispute with a former business partner involving parties in China, Australia, and the United States. The U.S. lawsuit seeks to invalidate a contract that was obtained through deceit, coercion, and violence.
Achieved dismissal of all claims asserted against Shari Redstone by Manuela Herzer in a federal action that included claims under the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act, the Electronic Communications Privacy Act, and common law defamation.
Represented Sumner M. Redstone in an elder abuse action to recover $150 million from his former companions.