Camp and Chou Named Among “Leaders of Influence: Thriving in Their 40s”


Marshall Camp and Vicki Chou have been named among the “Leaders of Influence: Thriving in Their 40s” by the Los Angeles Business Journal.

Mr. Camp is a skilled trial lawyer and a former federal prosecutor who handles complex, high-stakes business disputes. This year, Mr. Camp won a “landmark” opioid trial for Endo Pharmaceuticals in a $50 billion action, obtained a complete dismissal of a putative securities class action on behalf of PricewaterhouseCoopers, and completed the recovery of more than $70 million for Qualcomm in connection with a fraud case against one of the company’s former senior engineers involving a sophisticated scheme related to semiconductor design technology.

Ms. Chou, a recognized rising star, is a seasoned trial and appellate attorney and served as a deputy chief in the U.S. Attorney’s Office in the Central District of California. Editors noted Ms. Chou’s recent successes in developing strategies related to securing a unique plea agreement for one of the highest profile criminal defendants in the “Varsity Blues” college admissions case, securing a presidential pardon for Amir Khan, and securing a declination for Southern California Edison in the criminal investigation of the deaths from the wildfires.

The Los Angeles Business Journal recognized leading business professionals in the region that are in the 40s age demographic. Publishers highlighted the top 100 Los Angeles professionals who continue to demonstrate success inside business and throughout their communities.


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