Cruser & Mitchell LLP
JUAN LOPEZ-CAMPILLO is Of Counsel at Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman & Dicker LLP. Mr. Lopez-Campillo has more than 17 years of experience representing corporate and municipal clients throughout the country in the areas of labor, employment, civil rights, restrictive covenants, contracts, and related litigation. In his role as litigator, Mr. Lopez-Campillo has represented clients before federal and state trial courts, appellate courts, commissions, and administrative agencies; and has handled complex, multi-plaintiff litigation and compliance actions by governmental agencies. In his role as counselor, Mr. Lopez-Campillo has helped clients of all sizes and in all industries achieve risk management and compliance objectives by providing practical advise and meaningful answers to complex questions; by working with clients to review, draft and/or update policies and procedures (in English and Spanish); and by conducting seminars and training workshops (in English and Spanish) for managers and executives. Since February 2014, Mr. Lopez-Campillo has served on the Executive Board of Directors of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metro Orlando, Inc. (HCCMO), and has served as Legal Advisor to HCCMO since February 2015. His work with HCCMO has included providing policy advice on Chamber-related issues to the President and the Board of Directors of HCCMO; providing legal advice in the areas of employment, contract, conflicts of interest, and public records; and assisting HCCMO with actual and threatened litigation. Mr. Lopez-Campillo has also served on the Board of Directors of the Florida Law Related Education Association (FLREA), whose mission is to improve justice and expand education for democracy through the development and implementation of law related education programs for Florida youth; and on the Board of Directors of the Florida Human Resource People and Strategy (FLHRPS), whose primary purpose is to provide strategic-level educational opportunities and continuous learning for business leaders. Mr. Lopez-Campillo was instrumental in drafting the articles of incorporation and bylaws of FLHRPS, and in establishing FLHRPS as a 501(c)(6) non-profit organization. Mr. Lopez-Campillo earned an LL.M. in Labor and Employment Law from Georgetown University Law Center in 1999. Mr. Lopez-Campillo earned his Juris Doctor Degree with Honors in 1997 from St. Thomas University School of Law, having graduated in the top 10% of his class. While in law school, Mr. Lopez-Campillo served on the Executive Boards of the St. Thomas Law Review and the St. Thomas Moot Court Board, and had an article published in the St. Thomas Law Review.