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Robert Campbell Counsel

Cherry Hill, NJ | Direct 856.317.3641Fax 856.317.3601
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Bob has a broad range of experience in complex insurance coverage, bad faith and commercial litigation matters. Having over 20 years of experience representing major property and casualty insurers, clients rely on Bob for advice on a complex issues under both first- and third-party insurance policies. He has handled coverage and litigation matters including property, homeowner’s, insurance agents/brokers and other professional liability, construction defects, advertising injury/intellectual property and bad faith claims. Bob’s work includes advising and defending insurers in insurance coverage disputes, including first-party business interruption claims arising out of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

Bob has extensive experience litigating claims arising from alleged professional liability errors and omissions on behalf of insurance producers, real estate brokers and real estate agents, as well as litigating bad faith and claims for extra-contractual damages.

Bob Campbell is also a member of the Intellectual Property Group and has litigated matters involving copyrights, trademarks and trade dress. He has also successfully prosecuted and defended a number of internet domain name disputes. 

Representative Matters

  • Represented insurer and obtained pre-trial ruling dismissing claims for bad faith, breach of the covenant of good faith and fair dealing, and punitive damages. (Superior Court of New Jersey, Ocean County)

  • Represented regional insurance producer in an insurance producer malpractice matter wherein judgment was obtained, and defended on appeal, by way of a motion to dismiss for failure to state a claim. (Superior Court of New Jersey, Cape May County)

  • Represented a national insurance producer/wholesaler in a malpractice matter where judgment was obtained by way of a motion to dismiss for failure to state a claim. (Supreme Court of the State of New York, County of Suffolk)

  • Successfully defended an internet domain name dispute, and subsequent trademark infringement lawsuit, where the plaintiff alleged client improperly used the plaintiff’s intellectual property in the operation of its business.
  • Obtained summary judgment for property insurer by establishing the plaintiffs made material misrepresentations in their application for insurance coverage and therefore the subject policy was declared void.
  • Obtained summary judgment for an insurance producer after its client, a condominium association, suffered an under insured fire loss.


Bar and Court Admissions

New Jersey


U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit

U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey

U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania


Rutgers School of Law – Camden, JD, 1999

Tarleton State University, BBA, 1992 

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