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Campbell Campbell Edwards & Conroy secure another victory for American Honda Motor Co. Inc.
After 11 days at trial American Honda Motor Co. obtained a defense verdict in a claim of defect relating to its rollover side curtain airbag system. more>

Featured Results:

  • The Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts rejects the Massachusetts State Automobile Dealers Association's (MSADA) bid to prohibit direct sales of Tesla motor vehicles to consumersmore>
  • After almost four years of litigation, Worcester County Superior Court issues a ruling for Rule 26 (b) (2) and (b) (3)Class Decertifiedmore>
  • The Supreme Court of New Hampshire Affirms Opinion for American Honda Motor Co.more>
  • Barack et al v. American Honda Motor Co. Inc.more>

Firm News:

  • Best Lawyers in America 2016more>
  • James M. Campbell Appointed Vice-President of Lawyers for Civil Justicemore>
  • 2015 Corporate Counsel College Was a Successmore>
  • Campbell Campbell Edwards & Conroy obtain dismissal of trade-dress infringement claims against BRG Sports, Inc. f/k/a Easton-Bell Sports, Inc.more>
  • Colgate Palmolive Awarded Summary Judgmentmore>
  • Campbell Campbell Edwards & Conroy obtained a full dismissal for Raytheon Company in Commonwealth of Massachusetts Middlesex County Superior Courtmore>
  • Campbell Campbell Edwards & Conroy obtained a Notice from the Court Affirming Opinion for American Honda Motor Co. in the The Supreme Court of New Hampshiremore>
  • Campbell Campbell Edwards & Conroy obtained a full defense verdict for Ford Motor Company in United States District Court of Eastern District of Pennsylvaniamore>
  • Tesla Motors Inc. Prevails Before The Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusettsmore>

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Campbell Trial Lawyers have handled cases in more than 30 states, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands

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