|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Rising Star||Super Lawyers Magazine||2005|
|Rising Star||Super Lawyers Magazine||2004|
|Owner||Builders Law Group||2010 - Present|
|Partner||Green & Campbell, LLP||2007 - 2010|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|San Diego County Bar Association||Member||1996 - 2008|
|Cabrini Villas v. Haghverdian||Trial and Appeal in Favor of client Homeowner Association|
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|University of San Diego School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1996|
|University of California - San Diego||Political Science||B.A.||1992|
|Recent Updates in California Mechanics Lien Laws||Construction Law Updates||2012|
Posted by RC
I approached Nick Campbell for a consultation on a long standing problem with my HOA. Based on what I told him during my initial consultation he drafted problem statement and reasons that the problem should be addressed, from a legal perspective. I could not agree any less on his write up, it was so much better than how I described to him. He has written it so well that I hats off to him and signed up for his representation. During the course he kept me informed about the proceedings and suggested likely options. I never felt he was trying to just make money out of a case (as another review described, it feels like Nick Campbell earns his money from his work). Nick Campbell was always actively looking and informing about my options. On a few occasions, I wished he was more responsive or took out time on my case, perhaps that would be at the cost of other cases. Nevertheless, I was happy that he at least kept me informed. We settled the case once HOA responded positively to solve the issue I have been having.
From my experience, I feel like he is capable of being a very good mediator and/or a judge, because he understands the problem, and takes multiple perspectives before finding a solution. His representation of the problem is so true that you get more than half way to the solution.
Posted by Vickie
We were in a difficult situation since our case was based upon faulty construction due to worker negligence. In addition, we had a project that involved not only the pool itself, but the surrounding hardscape. We also had to deal with the fact that our contractor and the two "subcontractors" were also at odds with one another. We needed numerous "experts" for the pool infrastructure, the gunite, soils reports, etc. On top of that, Mr. Campbell was at odds with his partner as to how to best proceed with our case and ended up leaving that firm and starting his own. We stuck with Nick and long story short, we were able to settle with all three parties, recoup our expenses and get our pool fixed.
Posted by Interior Experts G.B.
Nick recently helped us settle an unpaid balance that we had with a client of ours. He helped negotiate the payment plan and suggested some terms in order to avoid a full scale lawsuit which would have cost a small fortune. We settled and were very happy with the results. We are grateful to have access to Nickâ€™s years of legal experience I am sure he will be handling future cases for us.
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