Arbitration & Mediation
Class Action Defense
University of Michigan
accounting and finance
J.L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management
University of Oregon
U.S. Supreme Court
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit
U.S. District Court, District of Oregon
U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Washington
U.S. District Court, Western District of Washington
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Bruce L. Campbell
Bruce Campbell is a partner in the litigation department at Miller Nash Graham & Dunn and heads Miller Nash Graham & Dunn's Portland litigation and appellate practice teams. His practice emphasizes appeals, securities litigation, and commercial litigation. He served as a judicial clerk for Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals Judge Cecil F. Poole in San Francisco. Bruce's litigation experience includes handling matters involving securities, shareholder litigation, school law, energy law, antitrust and trade regulation, and appeals. He served as chair of Miller Nash Graham & Dunn's hiring committee from 1997 through 2003 and was a member of the firm's executive committee from 2004 through 2006.
ZRZ Realty Co. v. Beneficial Fire and Cas. Ins. Co.
, 349 Or 117 (2010)
Represented industrial property owner in appeal seeking insurance coverage for over $20 million in environmental cleanup costs. Oregon Supreme Court reversed Court of Appeals, ruling that property owner is entitled to coverage under comprehensive general liability, bumbershoot, and marine insurance policies.
Boyer v. Salomon Smith Barney
, 344 Or 583 (2008)
Represented broker-dealer in appeal from pretrial dismissal of negligence claims. Oregon Supreme Court concluded that the broker-dealer did not have a special relationship with investor that permitted assertion of tort claims.
Citigroup Smith Barney v. Henderson
, 241 Or App 65 (2011)
Represented securities broker-dealer in appeal from order denying motion to compel arbitration. Court of Appeals reversed and directed trial court to compel arbitration.
PacifiCorp v. Public Utility Dist. No. 2 of Grant County
, CV. No. 09-1012-KI (D Or 2011)
Represented electric utility in declaratory judgment action seeking to terminate power purchase agreement. District court granted summary judgment for client, ruling that it was entitled to terminate agreement on reasonable notice.
Jeld-Wen, Inc. v. PacifiCorp
, 240 Or App 124 (2010)
Represented electric utility in appeal from order denying motion to compel arbitration. Court of Appeals reversed trial court, and ordered it to grant motion to compel arbitration.
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