David C. Campbell

Partner

David C. Campbell is a partner in the Portland office of Lewis Brisbois and member of the Professional Liability Practice. Mr. Campbell is an experienced litigator representing medical providers, insurance agents and brokers, real estate agents and inspectors, accountants, attorneys, and directors and officers. Mr. Campbell also handles product liability and general liability matters, and acts as chief claims counsel for a national transportation insurance company. Mr. Campbell is licensed in Oregon and Washington, and has successfully defended clients in state and federal court, and in administrative enforcement actions. Mr. Campbell graduated Order of the Coif from the University of Oregon School of Law, where he was an associate editor of the Oregon Law Review.

Publications

  • Co-Author, “Navigating a New Course: Why the Deepwater Horizon Ecologic Disaster Should Spur Clean Energy Progress,” USLAW Magazine, Fall/Winter 2012
  • Co-Author, “Why Dangerous Greenhouse Gases May Be Incapable Of Regulation,” Metropolitan Corporate Counsel, April 2012
  • Co-Author, “Medical Monitoring: The Impact of Lowe v. Philip Morris,” Oregon Association of Defense Counsel Magazine, Summer 2008
  • Co-Author, “End of the ‘We Can’t Tell Rule’ Makes Life Much More Challenging for Appellants,” Oregon Appellate Almanac, 2006
  • Co-Author, “Does the Learned Intermediary Doctrine Still Exist in Oregon?,” Oregon Association of Defense Counsel Magazine, Winter 2005
  • Author, Comment, Medical Monitoring: The Viability of a New Cause of Action in Oregon, 82 Or. L. Rev. 529, 2003

Admissions

  • State Bar Admissions
    • Oregon
    • Washington
  • United States District Courts
    • United States District Court for the District of Oregon

Admissions

Oregon

Washington

United States District Court, District of Oregon

Associations

  • Oregon State Bar
  • Multnomah Bar Association
  • Washington State Bar Association

Education

University of Oregon School of Law

Juris Doctor, 2003

  • Order of Coif
  • Oregon Law Review

Washington State University

Bachelor of Science in Psychology, cum laude, 1998

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