J. Cameron Tribble

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Cameron “Cam” Tribble enjoys solving problems for people who need help.

Since joining the Barnes Law Group in 2009, Cam has focused on serious and catastrophic personal injury and wrongful death cases, consumer class actions, and other complex litigation. Some of Cam’s notable cases include high profile data breach cases; a multi-state case representing bank employees asserting wage-and-hour violations; class actions challenging cost of insurance rates; a class-action suit against a Georgia payday lender; and a nationwide class action suit representing Service members and their families in a Military Lending Act cases. However, Cam considers his most meaningful cases to be helping those impacted by serious injuries and wrongful deaths.

A graduate from the University Of Georgia School Of Law cum laude, Cam served as a Notes Editor for the Georgia Law Review. After law school, Cam was a federal court law clerk in the Northern District of Georgia, where he worked on all types of federal civil litigation. A “Double Dawg,” Cam obtained a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science also from the University of Georgia. In college, he interned for U.S. Representative Jim Marshall from Macon. Cam is a son of a lawyer and juvenile court judge in Dublin, Georgia, so he grew up appreciating the great responsibility that lawyers have for their communities and clients.

Cam is an active member of the legal community, having previously served as a member of the Magistrate Judge Merit Selection Panel for the Northern District of Georgia and as a panelist for the Chief Justice’s Commission on Professionalism. Cam is a member of the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association, Cobb County Bar Association, Atlanta Bar Association, Atlanta Lawyers Club, the American Association for Justice, Public Justice, and the Federal Bar Association. Cam has served on the Board of Directors of Safepath Children’s Advocacy Center in Cobb County, Georgia, and has pro bono work for that organization and the Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation. Cam and his family are members of the Northside Drive Baptist Church in Atlanta.

Mr. Tribble is admitted to practice in all Georgia state trial and appellate courts.

Reported and Representative Cases:

Damon Miller v. Nextgen Healthcare, Inc., No. 1:23-cv-02043-TWT Scott Phillips, on behalf of his minor son; and Bellvinia Brickle, individually and on behalf of all others similarly situated v. Nextgen Healthcare, Inc., No. 1:23-cv-02067-TWT (ND GA.) (Data Breach Class Action)

Wood v. Life Ins. Co. of N. Am., 1:19-CV-3013-MHC, 2021 WL 4888510, (N.D. Ga. June 15, 2021) (summary judgment granted for ERISA claimants arguing that insurer had waived requirement of policy)

Newton v. Brighthouse Life Ins. Co., 1:20-CV-02001-AT, 2021 WL 2604654, at *1 (N.D. Ga. Mar. 11, 2021) (ongoing litigation challenging cost-of-insurance rates for universal life insurance policies)

In re Equifax Inc. Customer Data Sec. Breach Litig., 999 F.3d 1247 (11th Cir. 2021), cert. denied sub nom. Huang v. Spector,142 S. Ct. 431 (2021), and cert. denied sub nom. Watkins v. Spector, 142 S. Ct. 765 (2022) (helped defend and finalize historic $505,500,000 data breach settlement on appeal)

Roesel v. Riley, Case No. 2019-SV-1803 (State Court of Rockdale County) (favorable settlement for wrongful death claimant even though deceased had been cited as at fault in bicycling accident)

Moore v. WellStar Health Sys., Inc., 349 Ga. App. 834 (2019) (successfully argued for new trial based on novel issue of Georgia’s 2013 Evidence Code)

2019 Pedestrian – delivery truck collision in Fayette County, Georgia resulted in favorable settlement pre-suit

Ratchford v. Regions Fin. Corp., 4:18-CV-103-WEJ, 2019 WL 13059906 (N.D. Ga. Mar. 6, 2019) (continuation of multi-state case challenging bank’s overtime practices with mortgage loan originators)

In re Arby’s Rest. Grp. Inc. Litig., 1:17-CV-0514-AT, 2018 WL 2128441 (N.D. Ga. Mar. 5, 2018) (allowing consumers of restaurant chain to continue claims out of data breach leading to eventual class settlement)

In re the Home Depot, Inc., Customer Data Sec. Breach Litig., 1:14-MD-02583-TWT, 2016 WL 6902351, at *1 (N.D. Ga. Aug. 23, 2016) (approving nationwide class settlement for consumers impacted by payment card data breach)

Cox v. Cmty. Loans of Am. Inc., 625 Fed. Appx. 453, 454 (11th Cir. 2015) (affirming Service members’ right to sue under Military Lending Act; eventual settlement awarded practically complete reimbursement for class)

Owners Insurance Co. v. Curl, et al, No. 15-370 (Superior Court of Haralson Co.) (favorable settlement in wrongful death action)

Young v. FYC Framing, et al, No. 15A-1174-1 (State Court of Cobb Co.) (favorable settlement after alleged negligent demolition of commercial building)

Perez v. Wells Fargo, 774 F.3d 1329 (2014) (reported decision reversing effective dismissal of plaintiff’s claim reaffirming Eleventh Circuit’s goal “to afford a litigant his or her day in court, if possible”).

Primary Investments LLC v. Wee Tender Care III, Inc. et al., 323 Ga App. 196 (2014) (reversing summary judgment against seller of daycare center regarding application of noncompete covenant)

Anthony v. Hands on Delivery, et al,? No. 12EV016340C (State Court of Fulton Co.) (favorable settlement of disputed wrongful death claim involving accident with commercial vehicle)

Cox v. Mayan Lagoon Estates, Ltd, 319 Ga. App. 101 (2012) (successful appellate decision regarding application of Georgia’s RICO law)

Georgia Cash America, Inc., et al., v. Greene, et al., 318 Ga App. 355 (2012) (preserving right of class of borrowers to pursue claims against payday lenders; class eventually settled for $36 million)

  • State Bar of Georgia
  • Georgia Court of Appeals
  • Supreme Court of Georgia
  • U.S. District Court, Northern District of Georgia
  • U.S. District Court, Middle District of Georgia
  • U.S. District Court, Southern District of Georgia
  • U.S. Court of Appeals, 11th Circuit
  • U.S. Supreme Court



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