Camden Webb fulfills two roles for Williams Mullen’s clients: leading the firm’s Firearms Industry Group and handling our clients’ tough litigation matters.
In leading Williams Mullen’s firearms practice, Camden coordinates the firm’s representation of members of the firearms industry, including manufacturers, retailers, and government contractors. The firm also assists businesses outside the firearms industry with matters such as the unique issues faced by lenders to the firearms industry and employers who must implement policies regarding employees’ possession and use of firearms.
Camden’s approach is practical and innovative, focusing on concrete, business-oriented solutions that help clients navigate this highly complex area of the law, including issues under the National Firearms Act, the Gun Control Act, and state gun laws. Camden also chairs U.S. Senator Thom Tillis’ Second Amendment Advisory Group, which comprises constituents who provide input to the senator on firearms issues.
As a partner in the firm’s Litigation Practice, Camden also represents clients in difficult litigation matters. Camden’s experience includes intra-corporate and intra-partnership disputes, conflicts arising from corporate transactions, and litigation involving financial institutions. Camden is also a member of the firm’s White Collar and Investigations Team, and, in this role, he represents clients in the health care, financial services, and firearms industries.
Camden seeks early and efficient resolution of disputes and applies legal project management principles to case analysis and strategy, staffing, information management, and budgeting to increase the efficiency of case management and to maximize the predictability of litigation expenses. And, when the circumstances require it, Camden takes cases to trial to assert his clients’ rights.
Camden is a member of the North Carolina Bar Association, and he helped found the Eastern District of North Carolina Chapter of the Federal Bar Association, serving as its founding president.
Before joining Williams Mullen, Camden was a U.S. Army officer, serving as a Judge Advocate. Camden maintains his connection to the Armed Services through his pro bono work, assisting organizations such as Hope for the Warriors and The Duskin and Stephens Foundation.
Camden received a Bachelor of Arts degree, magna cum laude, from the University of Richmond. He earned his Juris Doctor degree, with honors, from the University of North Carolina School of Law.