John Stone Campbell, III

John Stone Campbell, III: Attorney with Taylor, Porter, Brooks & Phillips, L.L.P. AV stamp icon
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Biography

Practicing law since 1995, Taylor Porter Partner and Executive Committee Member John S. Campbell III is engaged primarily in a litigation practice and serves as the co-chair of the firm's professional liability, insurance, casualty, product liability and personal injury litigation practice. In the last several years, his work has mainly involved commercial litigation, construction litigation, real estate litigation, class actions, admiralty and maritime cases, premises liability and general tort litigation, and insurance coverage and litigation. His practice includes extensive experience with jury trials, bench trials, appeals, arbitrations, and resolution of cases prior to trial or arbitration.

Mr. Campbell is admitted to practice in all Louisiana state courts, in the United States District Courts for the Middle, Eastern, and Western Districts of Louisiana, and the United States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals. Mr. Campbell is a member of the Louisiana State Bar Association, the Baton Rouge Bar Association, the Louisiana Association of Defense Counsel, the Southeastern Admiralty Law Institute, and Associated Builders and Contractors.

Mr. Campbell graduated from Louisiana State University Law School as a member of the Order of the Coif and received his B.B.A. from Millsaps College, summa cum laude, with membership in Beta Gamma Sigma. He was a law clerk to John M. Shaw, Chief Judge, United States District Court, Western District of Louisiana, 1995-1996. He is a member of the LSU Law Center Hall of Fame.

Mr. Campbell is actively involved in the Baton Rouge community, serving as a member of the vestry of St. James Episcopal Church; an active supporter of St. James Episcopal Day School, where he served as president of the board; and currently on the Board of Trustees of Episcopal High School.

Areas of Practice (5)

  • Construction
  • Commercial Litigation
  • Real Estate Litigation
  • Admiralty and Maritime
  • Insurance

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
225.381.0241  Phone
225.215.8704  Fax
www.taylorporter.com/our-attorneys/john-stone-campbell-iii
University Attended:
Millsaps College, B.B.A., summa cum laude, 1992
Law School Attended:
Louisiana State University Paul M. Hebert Law Center, J.D., 1995
Year of First Admission:
1995
Admission:
1995, Louisiana
Memberships:

Professional Memberships and Associations

Associated Builders and Contractors

Southeastern Admiralty Law Institute

Louisiana Association of Defense Counsel

Louisiana State Bar Association

Baton Rouge Bar Association

Birth Information:
Baton Rouge, Louisiana, September 15, 1970
Reported Cases:
Recent Notable Cases: Counsel for The Dow Chemical Company in a multi-million dollar lawsuit involving underground salt cavern storage wells, in particular, claims for damages to the wells/caverns, response costs, loss of use, revenues, profits, etc.; Lead counsel for a multi-national roofing manufacturer defending claims of defects on a commercial building resulting in allegations of significant property damages and business losses; Lead counsel for Coleman Partners Architects, LLC, in a contract dispute against local businessmen, resulting in a significant jury verdict in favor of the client; Counsel for the Sabine River Authority arising out of construction defects to the Cypress Bend Conference Center facility in Sabine Parish, Louisiana, and culminating in a settlement providing funds for extensive remodel and repair to the facility; Lead counsel for the State of Louisiana in recovery of extensive property damages sustained in Hurricanes Katrina, Rita, and Gustav from excess insurers; Lead counsel for Higdon Decoys in a multi-million dollar claim involving alleged patent infringement, successfully defeating adverse party's attempts to obtain an injunction on further manufacture and sale of Higdon's motion decoy products; Counsel for Polaris Industries. Inc., in numerous products liability matters throughout the State of Louisiana; Lead counsel for a Fortune 500 company in a class action involving claims of unfair trade practices, anti-trust and breach of contract causes of action; Lead counsel in real estate cases involving disputes over servitudes (easements) and other real rights; Lead counsel in numerous cases involving business disputes between businesses and between business owners; Counsel for a major Louisiana roofing contractor and its surety in claims alleging construction defects, culminating in a workout between the contractor, surety, insurers, and owner, avoiding further litigation; Lead counsel for a large general contractor in recovery of unpaid contract amounts from a public body, despite claims of defects, delays and liquidated damages; Lead counsel for Quality Marine Services, Inc./Ozark Transportation, Inc., in a case involving alleged damages to a commercial dock on the Mississippi River, resulting from a collision; Lead counsel for Argosy Gaming Company as the owner of the Sheraton Hotel in downtown Baton Rouge in a complex, multi-party litigation and arbitration proceeding involving construction defect claims that resulted in a renovation of the exterior of the hotel at a cost exceeding $2 million; Lead counsel for a subcontractor in a commercial construction case involving breach of contract claims against a general contractor with regard to the Bon Carre project in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, successfully obtaining a judgment, after trial, for the full amount claimed for all work performed, notwithstanding defenses relating to provisions of the contract, workmanship, and non-payment by the owner; Lead counsel for D&D Maintenance & Millwright Services, Inc., in defense of a class action brought in Orleans Parish and removed to Federal Court, involving alleged release of toxic chemicals (ammonia gas) near downtown New Orleans. This litigation involved hundreds of claimants, numerous defendants, coverage issues, and complex legal issues. Successfully defended, resolving all claims for the client by payment of a minor portion of the settlement and a fraction of the realistic exposure; Lead counsel for Clarendon National Insurance Company in defense of claims for wrongful death and catastrophic personal injuries (paraplegia) arising from an accident in Ascension Parish. This litigation involved a number of complex legal, factual, and insurance issues, including spoliation of evidence claims, accident reconstruction and mechanical defect issues, coverage issues, and significant economic and general damage claims.; Lead counsel for Clarendon National Insurance Company in a claim exceeding $1 million resulting from a fire that destroyed the entirety of a home and two automobiles. The fire originated with a propane-fired barbecue pit and allegedly resulted from the overfilling of the propane tank.; Lead counsel for Hollywood Casino - Baton Rouge and Argosy Casino, Baton Rouge in numerous cases at the trial and appellate court levels, successfully defending against claims of admiralty and maritime jurisdiction for patron/visitor accidents occurring on the riverboats and associated premises; Successful in defeating admiralty and maritime jurisdiction for patrons, as well as defeating claims brought by riverboat casino employees as Jones Act seamen; Counsel for Halliburton Energy Services, Inc., in multi-party litigation resulting from claims of harassment and infliction of emotional distress in an offshore worksite; General counsel for several clients, including Episcopal High School of Baton Rouge, Higdon Decoys, Vacuum Truck Rentals, and others
ISLN:
910164021

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