Chamber Member Feature: Campbell Litigation

In honor of Black History Month, the Colorado Chamber is recognizing Black business owners, entrepreneurs, executives, and job creators who have grown their businesses from the ground up and are core to our local Colorado communities.

Today’s feature is Stacey Campbell with Campbell Litigation, P.C. 

Stacey Campbell started Campbell Litigation, P.C. six years ago this month. Campbell Litigation is a client-focused law firm dedicated to defending companies in employment and commercial litigation and advising businesses on best practices to ensure compliance with federal and state laws affecting employers.  The firm’s primarily practice is defending companies in all types of employment discrimination, wage and hour, and Employee Retirement Income Security Act (“ERISA”) litigation.

Campbell is also a former Colorado Chamber of Commerce Board Chair and currently Chairs the Colorado Chamber’s Labor and Employment Council.  He was appointed to and served as the Vice Chair of the Family and Medical Leave Insurance (“FMALI”) Task Force, which provided recommendations to the State of Colorado for a paid sick leave program.

“I worked in national law firms for over 20 years and brought that experience to a smaller firm setting,” said Campbell.  “My focus was to continue to represent primarily larger, Fortune 500 companies and we are able to do so by providing the same type of litigation strategy and customer service I developed from working in large law firms.”

According to Campbell, most of the firm’s clients are headquarter in other states and the firm defends cases for those clients in the Rocky Mountain region.  Campbell is licensed to practice law in six states (Arizona, Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, Utah and Wyoming; and is awaiting admission in Montana), various federal courts and the United States Supreme Court, which allows the firm to defend its corporate clients’ litigation in the region.

“We defend our client’s business and litigation as if it were our own,” Campbell said.  “We know the law, understand how it applies to our client’s needs and by understanding their businesses and corporate objectives, we are able to develop litigation strategies to achieve client goals.”

Campbell also serves as the President of the National Employment Law Council (“NELC”), a national organization of experienced management-side labor and employment law attorneys and human resources leaders of color who provide a platform for thought leaders in the labor and employment arena.

The various employment laws over the past two years during the COVID-19 pandemic have kept Campbell Litigation’s attorneys busy. “During the pandemic we continued to defend our clients with the on-going litigation and tried seven employment cases ranging from disability discrimination to sexual harassment,” said Campbell.  “The increased workload, however, came from the ever-changing federal, state and local laws related to the pandemic, including companies figuring out how to manage employees working from home, implementation of mandatory vaccination policies and reviewing request for exemptions from those policies, and compliance with both Colorado’s paid sick leave and public health emergency leave.”

Campbell Litigation’s banking partner is Citywide Banks, another long-time Colorado Chamber member. “When we developed our business plan, we worked with Citywide Banks as our banking partner and have been pleased with that relationship as we continue to grow,” Campbell said. “Campbell litigation has been a key partner within our community as we help move Colorado forward and we are proud to be a trusted partner for the firm as it grows to meet the needs of clients and the overall community. At Citywide Banks, decision making is kept at a local level so we can meet all financial needs of our clients when they need it most and help position them for future growth” said Michael Wamsganz, President and CEO of Citywide Banks.

Learn more about Campbell Litigation by visiting their website at

Find Campbell Litigation on LinkedIn Here. 

The Colorado Chamber is committed to promoting an inclusive state economy and diverse workforce, fostering economic opportunity for all. We appreciate our partnership with minority-owned businesses across Colorado and will continue to work with these job creators on state and federal policies that impact minority employers and their employees.


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Colorado Office of Economic Development and Trade: Minority Owned Business Directory

Minority Business Office of Colorado: Programs and Funding

Colorado Black Chamber of Commerce

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