Marc Campsen maintains a varied litigation practice with a particular focus on commercial and employment related disputes. He regularly represents businesses in a wide range of commercial matters including breach of contract and warranty, interference with contract/business relations, corporate ownership disputes, trademark disputes, misappropriation of trade secrets, consumer protection violations, and False Claims Act issues. Marc also devotes a substantial portion of his practice to representing employers in matters relating to EEOC complaints, discrimination claims under Title VII and the ADA, among others, violations of the Maryland Wage and Hour Law, Maryland Wage Payment and Collection Law, Maryland Wage Lien Law and the federal Fair Labor Standards Act, wrongful termination, restrictive covenants, and employment agreement disputes. Finally, Marc has extensive experience representing insurance companies in complex coverage matters as well as representing railroads in FELA actions and other regulatory related matters.
Marc is active in various local business groups including the Baltimore County Chamber of Commerce, Maryland Defense Counsel and the Greater Baltimore Committee.
Marc received his law degree from the University of Baltimore, School of Law where he was an editor on the Law Review and a member of the Heuisler Honor Society. Prior to joining the firm, Marc clerked for the Honorable Lawrence F. Rodowsky on the Maryland Court of Special Appeals and practiced in the litigation department of another mid-sized Baltimore firm. Prior to attending law school, Marc worked in New York City for a national publishing house and an internet startup.
Marc is the author of the bimonthly blog – Campsen’s Business BLAWG.