Marshall Camp and Andrew Walsh have been named among Los Angeles’ leading business professionals who are “Thriving in Their 40s” by the Los Angeles Business Journal.
Mr. Camp, a founding partner of Hueston Hennigan LLP, is a former federal prosecutor and experienced trial lawyer. Mr. Camp has represented companies and individuals in connection with high stakes business litigation, and in defense of criminal and regulatory investigations and enforcement actions. As noted by Chambers, “[he] is in the category of a very small handful of attorneys who command the courtroom, the boardroom and any meeting they’re in.”
Mr. Walsh represents clients in complex civil business disputes, high-stakes environmental and entertainment litigation, and white collar criminal actions, in both state and federal courts. Mr. Walsh currently represents the Navajo Nation in federal multi-district litigation against the USEPA and its contractors for damages arising out of the August 2015 Gold King Mine spill, and Southern California Edison in complex litigation arising out of the 2018 Woolsey Fire.
The Los Angeles Business Journal recognized skilled business professionals – accountants, attorneys, bankers, real estate experts, health care providers, insurance professionals or some other form of trusted advisor – many of whom happen to be in their 40s.
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