Camille Joanne Rosca


New York

Camille Joanne Rosca helps investment banks, corporations, and other financial services companies navigate complex and high-value disputes. As a litigator based in New York, she has advised clients in all stages of litigation, from responding to pre-suit demands to preparing over nine-figure cases for trial. Camille brings broad experience in litigating high-stakes disputes, with a focus on defending clients in the financial services industry. In particular, Camille has spent a number of years litigating cases arising out of the 2008 financial crisis relating to residential mortgage-backed securities (“RMBS”) and was a key member of the trial teams involved in two of the few RMBS cases that have been tried to completion.

Camille has represented public companies and other large national and multinational enterprises in financial services-related litigation in federal and state court proceedings across the country. She has extensive experience defending clients in litigation alleging fraud, breach of contract, tort claims, and securities law violations, including:

  • Defending sponsors and underwriters of residential mortgage-backed securities against breach of contract and securities fraud actions brought by institutional investors, securitization trustees, and regulators in federal and state courts across the United States.
  • Defending one of the largest mortgage servicers in the country against complex breach of contract claims brought by an investment management firm.
  • Defending and advising companies with class action lawsuits against consumer protection claims.
  • Defending one of the largest private equity firms in the country against breach of contract and statutory claims.

Camille is active in pro bono matters, including representing immigrants and veterans. She has represented clients in partnership with the National Veterans Legal Services Program and Veterans Advocacy Project. 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.

Camille is also one of the co-chairs of the Financial Services Network for the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association.

Prior to joining Orrick, Camille served as a law clerk to Justice Anne M. Patterson of the New Jersey Supreme Court.