Camille Vasquez & Benjamin Chew
Camille Vasquez and Benjamin Chew are the lawyers in the high-profile Johnny Depp defamation case who successfully represented him while capturing the world’s attention.
In a joint presentation format or moderated question and answer, Camille Vasquez and Ben Chew share the keys to their winning strategy—perfect for business and legal audiences alike—together with riveting, behind-the-scenes anecdotes from the trial and practical insights on leadership, building diverse teams, employee development, brand reputation and crisis management. Together, Camille and Ben inspire leaders and teams to consider the future of their own organization from a different perspective.
A rising star even before she joined Brown Rudnick, Camille Vasquez was named “One to Watch” by Best Lawyers in America for 2021-22. She has extensive experience handling reputation management and crisis communications, and more than 10 years of experience as a trial lawyer in high-stakes disputes, including other defamation cases. A first-generation American born in San Francisco, Camille is the daughter of Latino immigrants—her mother is from Cuba and her father is from Colombia.
A Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers (ACTL), the most prestigious, invitation-only society of senior trial counsel in the United States, Ben Chew is a multifaceted litigator, fluent in Spanish and represents clients in complex commercial litigation and arbitrations internationally. Over the course of his 30+ year highly distinguished career, he has represented many high-profile individuals and cases including Cher, two cases relating to the Academy Award-nominated Edith & Eddie, Rachel Ray and more recently a Venezuelan businessman in an action against FOX News and Sidney Powell regarding the 2022 election—just to name a few.
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