Charles H. Camp works exclusively in international dispute resolution and serves both domestic and foreign clients. His practice involves international negotiation, litigation and arbitration as well as international debt recovery and domestic debt collection. His Washington, D.C., office puts him in an optimal location to assist clients with multinational concerns.
After earning admission to the Louisiana State Bar in 1982, Mr. Camp practiced with the firms of Patton Boggs, LLP, and Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft, LLP. In 2002, he opened the Law Offices of Charles H. Camp PC and devoted it to personalized representation in the complex area of international law.
Mr. Camp is admitted to the U.S. Supreme Court; the U.S. Court of Appeals for both the District of Columbia and the 2nd Circuit; the U.S. District Court in the District of Columbia and four states: Colorado, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Texas. He is also a member of the International Bar Association, and has represented clients such as domestic and foreign banks, oil companies trading firms and demining companies. His successes include the freezing of about $85 million of hidden Iraqi funds and securing almost $1 billion in judgments against state-owned entities in Iraq.
Mr. Camp also gives back to the legal community. He teaches International Negotiations at George Washington University Law School and formerly served as past president of the Washington Foreign Law Society. His ability to draw on unique resources and create innovative solutions to major international disputes ensures that he can provide thorough representation for a wide range of clients and communities.
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Last Updated: 10/19/2016