Cameron Arthur is an ambitious associate whose practice is dedicated to defending companies and manufacturers in product liability and commercial litigation. Cameron's history with Bowman and Brooke goes as far back as his law school days. As a judicial intern for Honorable Lisa Daniel Flores of the Maricopa Superior Court, he observed an automotive product liability trial in progress and knew it was the type of law he would one day practice. The defense counsel he witnessed in action were from the same firm he would later complete his summer clerkship and ultimately become an associate.
Cameron currently represents an international automotive manufacturer in litigation relating to emissions issues, working to consolidate all state and federal cases into the federal MDL in California. Additionally, he works on discovery issues for automotive warranty cases in efforts to combat plaintiffs' discovery tactics. Cameron's experience includes handling high-value settlement negotiations for a case involving the Fair Credit Reporting Act.
During his time as a summer associate with the firm, Cameron dedicated a large amount of his work to updating and maintaining hundreds of pending class actions in the firm's class action database. Through this work, he developed an understanding of past and current trends in the automotive class action field and some of the issues that can arise for manufacturers when facing a class action.
Cameron was a member of the intercollegiate rowing team at the University of California, Santa Barbara, where he studied Spanish and spent a semester abroad in Chile.