Marcus W. Campbell is a Member at the firm and has practiced law since 2001. His practice focuses on employment and labor counseling and litigation matters, including workers’ compensation matters and occupational safety and health matters. Mr. Campbell is also a member of the firm’s Health Care Reimbursement Group, and he has developed particular expertise in the area of health care provider reimbursement in the workers’ compensation system.

Employment and Labor Law

Mr. Campbell has substantial experience in handling a wide-range of employment and labor law matters. He advises employers and litigates matters involving employment discrimination, workplace harassment, disabilities and accommodation, wage and hour law, employment contracts, unemployment benefits and appeals, and workers’ compensation. Mr. Campbell also has substantial experience in the area of unemployment tax law. He frequently advises employers and litigates complicated unemployment tax disputes that routinely arise from corporate restructuring, payroll transfers, and independent contractor situations.

Health Care Reimbursement

Mr. Campbell dedicates a significant amount of his practice to representing health systems, hospitals, and medical providers in workers’ compensation reimbursement matters. He pursues insurance carriers and fights for the reimbursement that health care providers are entitled to under state and federal worker’ compensation laws. Mr. Campbell frequently assists health care providers in resolving fee schedule disputes, improperly denied charges, short payments, reasonable and necessary treatment disputes, and improper denials. He represents health care providers in workers’ compensation litigation and protects their rights to proper reimbursement under the workers’ compensation laws. Health care providers significantly benefit from Mr. Campbell’s work in this area, because it reduces their accounts receivable, it decreases their self-pay accounts, and it increases their overall collections. Mr. Campbell is the only attorney in Michigan that has a practice dedicated to representing health care providers in workers’ compensation matters.

Occupational Safety & Health

Mr. Campbell also has extensive experience advising employers on Occupational Safety and Health matters.  He is the chair of the firm’s Occupational Safety & Health Practice Group, and he has extensive knowledge of both state (MIOSHA) and federal (OSHA) occupational safety and health statutes and regulations.  Mr. Campbell routinely assists employers who have received citations from MIOSHA and OSHA, and he guides them through the complicated legal issues that accompany these citations such as appeals, hearings, penalty reductions, hazard abatement, and other legal issues.

Professional Affiliations and Activities

Mr. Campbell is a member of the American Bar Association, State Bar of Michigan and is active in several professional organizations, including the Grand Rapids Bar Association and the Michigan Chamber of Commerce. He currently serves as Secretary for the Grand Rapids Bar Association’s Section of Workers’ Compensation Law.

Articles and Presentations

Mr. Campbell frequently writes and speaks on a variety employment and labor law subjects. He also regularly writes and speaks on the subject of health care provider reimbursement in the workers’ compensation system.

Community Activities

Mr. Campbell is on the Board of Trustees for the Forest Hills Public Schools Foundation. He has also served as the volunteer head football coach with the Forest Hills Youth Football League for the past five years.


Mr. Campbell received his law degree, cum laude, from Notre Dame Law School in 2001, and he received his undergraduate degree, with honors, from the University of Michigan in 1996. Mr. Campbell is admitted to practice in all Michigan state and appellate courts.