Attorneys James A. Tate and Erin M. Campbell presented a program on the False Claims Act at the Cincinnati Bar Association on Wednesday October 14, 2015. Their program was part of the Young Lawyers Section of the Cincinnati Bar Association’s Brown Bag Seminar Series. The program can be viewed for Ohio CLE credit on the Cincinnati Bar Association’s website.
Erin M. Campbell represents clients in federal False Claims Act cases, personal injury actions, and other tort and contract matters. She has been practicing with Helmer Martins Rice & Popham since 2005. Erin M. Campbell has written for a variety of publications and has made several presentations on the False Claims Act. She is admitted in Ohio and other courts including the Sixth Circuit and the United States Supreme Court. She is a member of the Potter Stewart American Inn of Court. In 2010, Erin M. Campbell was selected as a Rising Star Superlawyer by Law & Politics magazine. See Erin Campbell’s profile for more information.
James A. Tate served as the Editor-in-Chief of the University of Cincinnati Law Review for 2008–2009, and as an Articles Editor on the Human Rights Quarterly, 2007–2008. While in school, James also founded the U.C. Law chapter of the ACLU, and worked as an extern for United States Senior District Judge Herman J. Weber of the Southern District of Ohio. Mr. Tate is a 2009 recipient of the James B. Helmer, Jr. University of Cincinnati Law Review Prize as the most valuable member of the Cincinnati Law Review. In 2008 he authored “Eliminating the Nexus Obstacle to the Prosecution of International Drug Traffickers on the High Seas” which was published in the Cincinnati Law Review, 77 U. Cin. L. Rev. 267 (2008). He is a barrister member of the Potter Stewart Inn of Court. See James Tate’s profile for more information. If you have any further questions, feel free to contact us.