Leah Campbell relies on her 22+ years of banking law experience to help national and regional bank clients resolve their most complex legal issues. Her prior role as senior counsel at Deutsche Bank AG in New York gave Leah unique insight into banks’ business operations, the risks they face, and how to provide solutions in any area of law.
Leah advises bank clients on virtually all areas of the legal spectrum, including regulatory issues, transactions, warehouse lending, pre-litigation risk, and compliance with federal and state law. An important part of her practice includes reviewing and advising on financial technology contracts when banks partner with fintech companies and other third-party vendors.
Leah has advised national mortgage servicers on FDCPA claims, loan finance companies on UDAAP claims, and banks on OFAC-related issues. She also provides intellectual property guidance in M&A and corporate structuring matters and advised on GDPR implementation and cross-border encryption issues.
Prior to joining Bradley, Leah served as senior counsel in the Cyber/Intellectual Property/Information Technology group for Deutsche Bank. In that capacity, she was responsible for negotiating outsourcings, software license agreements, SaaS agreements, consulting services agreements, commercial leases and construction agreements.
Leah regularly advises banks and fintech companies on banking as a service (BaaS) compliance.