Campbell, who most recently served as an associate attorney at Nashville-based firm Garfinkle, McLemore, and Young, PLLC, will aid Thompson Burton partners Ronn Steen and Phillip G. Young, Jr. in the firm’s Bankruptcy and Creditor’s Rights practice group, as well as working on other commercial litigation.
Campbell has experience in representing both individual and commercial clients in Chapter 7 and Chapter 11 bankruptcies. This includes representing debtors in proceedings and representing corporations and financial institutions as creditors in state court litigations, judgment enforcement, debt collection, and bankruptcy proceedings. Campbell has also worked with bankruptcy trustees to analyze cases, evaluate potential assets, and represent them in litigation.
“I am very excited to have Justin on board, but my clients are even more excited,” Phillip Young, firm partner, stated in the release. “Justin is known for his excellent client service and his ability to handle a wide variety of client matters, from the largest bankruptcy to a general sessions lawsuit.” Ronn Steen also included, “His addition to our firm enhances the ability of Thompson Burton to provide top-quality service to our clients in all areas of the Creditors Rights and Bankruptcy law practice.”
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