Cam provides regular advice to producers, broadcasters, and publishers — both online and in print — regarding the risks of disclosing personal information gathered in the course of publishing or broadcasting, as well as the risks of using celebrities and non-celebrities in published content. Among his current clients, he is responsible for supervising all content published by the National Enquirer, Star, OK!, Us Weekly, and Radar Online, and is the in-studio attorney for the producers of the hit real-life TV series “Live PD.”
He has also litigated many cases involving claims of invasion of privacy, including claims for “false light” and misappropriation of image / right of publicity. These include claims brought by the parents of a child who appeared on the cover of OK! magazine without written permission, persons who appeared in the “real life” television programs Dog the Bounty Hunter, Parking Wars, and DEA without their explicit consent, and a man who claimed he was falsely depicted as Eddie Murphy’s son by the National Enquirer. At present, along with Kelli Sager, he is defending RadarOnline and the National Enquirer in a lawsuit brought by Richard Simmons, who claims he was defamed and his privacy was invaded by articles that reported he was transitioning to a woman named Fiona.