Emily E. Campbell provides strategic counsel to clients on trademarks, copyrights, internet law, and licensing. She excels in finding creative, practical ways to achieve clients' immediate and long-range business goals by applying her knowledge of intellectual property prosecution, maintenance, licensing, and enforcement strategies.
She was again ranked in Chambers USA: America's Leading Lawyers for Business 2017 as an "Up and Comer." Emily was also selected as an Oklahoma Rising Star in 2010, 2013, 2015, and 2016 and as an Oklahoma Super Lawyer in 2017. She was recently named to the University of Oklahoma’s College of Engineering Industrial & Systems Engineering Advisory Board. In 2015, Emily received a Women in Law award from Lawyer Monthly magazine. She is currently the chair of Dunlap Codding's Diversity & Inclusion Committee.
Her work includes the comprehensive strategic management of international trademark portfolios for several multi-national companies, including prosecution, maintenance, and enforcement. She is a zealous advocate and excels at helping her clients enforce their rights, address third-party claims, and negotiate resolutions in their best interest.
On behalf of Pictometry International Corp., Emily drafted documents in a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) proceeding calling into question certain of the company’s trade secrets, copyrighted images, and copyrighted software used in its business.
Emily assisted Pictometry in winning this precedent-setting case. As a result of this litigation, copyright holders may license their intellectual property to governmental agencies knowing their federal intellectual property rights supersede the copying and distribution requirements of FOIA.
Emily is registered to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office. She graduated from Oklahoma City University School of Law in May 2007. Prior to law school, she received her B.S. in Industrial Engineering in December 2003 from the University of Oklahoma. She was recently named to the Advisory Board of the University of Oklahoma's School of Engineering. Emily also serves as a Board Member for the Mid Continent Geological Library (MCGL).