Roy D. Campbell III

Legal Assistant
Karen Chapman
P: 601.592.9949
Representative Experience
  • General Experience
    • State of Mississippi, ex rel. Jim Hood v. Entergy Mississippi, Inc., et al.
      Following litigation lasting 10 years over alleged price-gouging of ratepayers, including a $2 billion settlement demand and a partial trial in federal court aborted by remand to state court, ultimately won summary judgment for all defendants; not appealed.

      Bituminous v. Blount Forestry
      Successfully defended forestry equipment manufacturer in products case arising out of fire loss tried to court without jury. Judgment for defendant; not appealed.

      Bradley v. Cooper Tire & Rubber Co., et al.
      Following a week-long trial in federal district court of a multi-death tire separation/rollover case against multiple defendants, client-defendant was voluntarily dismissed with prejudice.

      In re Comet Street, Inc., v. Hunt Southland Refining Company, AAA # 69 198 534 09
      AAA Arbitration regarding indemnification agreement. Represented purchaser of oil refining assets seeking indemnification from seller for costs incurred resulting from EPA Clean Air Act investigation of facility. Case involved several esoteric Clean Air Act regulations relating to refinery operations.

      Cedatol v. Russell Brands, LLC, (2013) WL 2385189, S.D. Mississippi
      Won summary judgment for seller of conveyer equipment in products liability case.

      Great American Insurance Company of New York v. Lowry Development, LLC, 576 F.3d 251 (5th Cir. 2009)
      Successfully represented Great American Insurance Company in its appeal to the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals from an adverse jury verdict in an insurance coverage dispute. The Fifth Circuit reversed the district court’s denial of summary judgment, finding no wind coverage for the destruction of a condominium complex in Hurricane Katrina.

      Harris v. Brush Wellman, Inc., 489 F. 3d 719 (5th Cir. 2009)
      Dismissal of claims for beryllium sensitization as not compensable because not present injury.

      Paz v. Brush Engineered Materials, Inc., 445 F. 3d 809 (5th Cir. 2007)
      Affirming summary judgment dismissing class action seeking medical monitoring for beryllium exposure.

      Catholic Diocese of Jackson, MS v. Morrison, et al., 905 So.2d 1213 (Miss. 2005)
      Overturning trial court’s failure to protect privileged documents from discovery.

      Dominguez-Cota v. Cooper Tire & Rubber Co., 396 F.3d 650 (5th Cir. 2005)
      Creating circuit split on whether district court may dismiss based on forum non conveniens before determining subject matter jurisdiction.

      Brown v. Blackwood, 697 So. 2d 763 (Miss. 1997)
      Affirming jury verdict for defendant–physician in medical malpractice case.

      Union Ins. Co. v. Dairyland Ins. Co., 584 So. 2d 405 (Miss. 1991)
      Obtained reversal in dispute between insurers over condition precedent clause.