Doug Campbell is a founding Member of Campbell & Levine. Since 1978, he has counseled and represented individual and business clients with regard to managing issues and disputes related to financial obligations in distressed situations, as well as a number of multi-billion dollar asbestos personal injury settlement trusts.
In matters involving insolvency, bankruptcy and workouts, Doug is recognized regionally for his development of creative practical strategies for restructurings. In 2018, he and his fellow founder, Stanley Levine, received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Turnaround Management Association.
Doug drafted, negotiated and obtained court confirmation of the plan of reorganization for one of the first asbestos manufacturers to emerge from Chapter 11 (while representing a creditors' committee), and the 1999 plan of reorganization for the Pittsburgh Penguins (while representing the team's major unsecured creditor, Mario Lemieux), which kept the team in Pittsburgh, controlled by his client.