Camille Joanne Rosca is a Senior Associate in Orrick’s New York office with a focus on complex commercial litigation and dispute resolution. She has broad experience representing investment banks, corporations, and other private and public companies in the financial services industry and has litigated matters in state and federal courts across the country.
Camille has extensive experience defending clients in litigation alleging fraud, breach of contract, tort claims and securities law violations. In particular, she has spent a number of years litigating issues related to residential mortgage-backed securities (RMBS) arising from the 2009 financial crisis and has advised clients in all stages of litigation from the initial receipt of pre-litigation demands through massive discovery, expert work, summary judgment and trial preparation. Camille was a key member of the trial team involved in one of the few RMBS cases that has been tried to completion and focuses on working with technical experts in the areas of statistics, economics, and automated valuation models. Camille’s practice also includes representing clients in the mortgage servicing industry and in disputes involving SPAC investments.
Camille is active in pro bono matters, including representing immigrants and veterans in appellate litigation. She was also part of the pro bono team that successfully resolved a real estate dispute on behalf of the New York County Lawyers Association.
An advocate for diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) at Orrick and in the legal profession, she co-leads Orrick’s DEI committee in New York. Camille also co-chairs Orrick’s DiversAbility Network.
Prior to joining Orrick, Camille served as a law clerk to Justice Anne M. Patterson of the New Jersey Supreme Court.