Flavia Campbell is a partner with the firm’s Intellectual Property and Technology Practice Group. Prior to joining Lewis Roca Rothgerber Christie, Flavia was a trademark attorney with Clarke, Modet & Co. in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
- Speaker, "Careers in International Law," Phoenix School of Law: Law Speaker Series, October 2012
- Guest Speaker, "Intellectual Property Issues Faced by Companies Exporting to China," Arizona Department of Commerce and the Arizona US Export Assistance Center, September 13, 2006
- Author, "United States: Busy enough for you?", World Trademark Review, April/May 2016
- Contributor, “Intellectual Property Is Not Created Equal,” inBusiness magazine, June 2015
- Author, "Coming soon: the .sucks domain name," NAWBO Blog, May 2015
- Author, "Intellectual Property: Protecting A Core Business Asset," In Business Magazine, April 2013
- Author, "Brazilian Becomes American Citizen," Profiles in Diversity Journal, November/December 2012
- Author, “PTO to Require Online Trademark Filing,” INTA Bulletin, April 15, 2006
- Author, “Puerto Rico Intent-to-Use Marks Must be Used Within Five Years,” INTA Bulletin, March 1, 2006
- Author, “Federal Registration Trumps State Registration,” INTA Bulletin, February 1, 2006
Flavia is also a contributor to the Lewis and Roca Intellectual Property blog.
- Super Lawyers Southwest Rising Stars - Intellectual Property, 2012-2015
- 2014 IP Handbook - Managing Intellectual Property - IP Star, 2014