Olivia Poppens-Schultz represents some of the largest technology and entertainment companies in trademark and copyright litigation matters. She also practices before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board.
Outside of litigation, Olivia assists clients with intellectual property enforcement programs, specifically advising clients on issues such as risk analysis for potential disputes, trademark portfolio management, and online enforcement strategy. Olivia has also advised Fortune 100 clients on large-scale global rebrands.
Prior to her legal career, Olivia worked in the music industry. Recognizing a passion for the underlying law that protects artistic works and brand integrity, she found her way to Kilpatrick to protect some of the world’s most recognizable brands.
University of California at Berkeley, School of Law J.D. (2019)
University of Southern California at Los Angeles B.A. (2016) Art History, Minor in Music Industry, magna cum laude, Dean’s List, Presidential Scholar
U.S. District Court for the Central District of California (2019)
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