One of the firm's founders, Edward W. ("Sunny") Cameron started the firm in 2009 after spending nearly 21 years at a mid-size Northern Virginia firm where he was a partner and a longstanding member of the board of directors. Cameron/McEvoy was founded on the belief that a boutique litigation firm that handles complicated (and, sometimes, "bet the company") matters on an efficient and cost-effective manner, but without compromising on the quality of the legal services provided, could thrive in an increasingly competitive business climate. Now in its 7th year, the firm's success is bearing out that founding belief.
Sunny has a substantial practice with a broad base of clients that is devoted primarily to civil litigation in the state and federal courts. Sunny represents businesses and individuals in a wide range of complex matters, including commercial, construction, banking, real estate and employment disputes.
In addition to his extensive background in trial work, Sunny is highly experienced in the appellate arena in both the state and federal systems. He also has handled a significant number of matters through alternate dispute resolution (ADR) -- both mediation and arbitration.
Sunny is a member of the Virginia State Bar and is admitted to practice in all jurisdictions within Virginia. He also is routinely admitted to practice in jurisdictions beyond Virginia on a pro hac vice basis.
|VA||Authorized to Practice Law||1988||03/29/2021|
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Best Lawyer, Litigation and Construction Litigation||Best Lawyers in America||2009|
|AV Preeminent Rated||Martindale-Hubbell||1998|
|Law Review||George Mason University School of Law||1989|
|Fellow||Litigation Counsel of America||N/A|
|Managing Partner||Cameron/McEvoy, PLLC||2009 - Present|
|Partner||Odin, Feldman & Pittleman, P.C.||1988 - 2009|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Federal Bar Association||Member||2013 - Present|
|Virginia State Bar||Member||1988 - Present|
|Fairfax Bar Association||Member||1988 - Present|
|Forbes Magazine||Small Firm Makes a Big Impact||2013|
|George Mason University School of Law||J.D.||N/A|
|Virginia Commonwealth University||B.A.||N/A|
|ATA Board Meeting||Minimum Advertising Policy||2015|
|Annual Meeting||Mechanic's Lien Law in Virginia, Maryland and DC||2010|
|Zhou Jie Plant, et al. v. Merrifield Town Center Limited Partnership, et al., Civil Action No. 1:08-cv-374 (E.D.Va. 2010)||Defense verdict.|
|Glasser & Glasser, PLC, Trustee v. Jack Bays, Inc., et al., 285 Va. 358, 741 S.E.2d 599 (2013)||Judgment of the trial court affirmed.|
|Gregory Worman, et al. v. River Creek Owners Association, 2009 WL 7405737 (Va. 2010)||Judgment of the trial court reversed and arbitration award entered in favor of Worman, including recovery of attorney's fees and costs.|
|Monmouth North L.P., et al. v. King George County, et al., Case No. CL 2006-181 (King George County Cir. Ct. 2009)||County's motions granted and case dismissed.|
|Nancy Cook v. Magellan Health Services, Inc., Civil Action No. 1:12-cv-1084 (E.D.Va. 2013)||Magellan's motion granted and case dismissed.|
|Uniwest Construction, Inc. et al. v. Amtech Elevator Services, Inc., et al., 280 Va. 428, 699 S.E.2d 223 (2010)||Uniwest's claim of indemnification upheld on other grounds and case remanded to Circuit Court for further proceedings which ultimately resulted in a full recovery.|
|Medmarc Casualty Insurance Company v. AFPD, Civil Action No. 1:15-cv-00294 (E.D.Va. 2015)||Arbitration award on indemnification claim affirmed and case remanded to Panel for further proceedings.|
Posted by Jan
Thu May 28 2015