Erin M. Campbell represents clients in federal False Claims Act cases, personal injury actions, and other tort and contract matters. She has been practicing with the firm since 2005. She especially enjoys the investigatory and trial aspects of her practice.
Erin M. Campbell has written for several publications. The article, The False Claims Act: Protecting Your Client When Amending a Sealed Complaint, with co-authors Jonathan Kroner, Jennifer McIntosh, and Shankar Ramamurthy, appeared in the ABA Business Torts Litigation Journal (March 3, 2014). With James B. Helmer, Jr., she co-authored the article Alternative Remedies Under the False Claims Act which appeared in 40 False Claims Act and Qui Tam Quarterly Review 113 (2006). She is also the author of the post, Why Not Protect Our Elderly, Our Pensioners, and Our State Treasury? The Case for an Ohio False Claims Act, which was published on the University of Cincinnati Law Review’s blog on March 18, 2013. She has contributed to the fifth and sixth editions of Mr. Helmer’s treatise, False Claims Act: Whistleblower Litigation.
While in law school, Erin M. Campbell served as a legal extern with the Clermont County Public Defender’s Office and as a judicial extern with retired United States Magistrate Judge Timothy S. Hogan.
She is admitted in Ohio and other courts including the Sixth Circuit and the United States Supreme Court. She is a member of the Potter Stewart American Inn of Court. In 2010, Erin M. Campbell was selected as a Rising Star Superlawyer by Law & Politics magazine.
Ms. Campbell has played a pivotal research, writing and discovery role in cases involving more than $1 Billion.