Olga Slobodyanyuk is an associate in Quinn Emanuel’s Silicon Valley office. She joined the firm in 2018. Her practice area focuses primarily on intellectual property litigation, including copyright, trademark, trade secret, and patent cases. She has litigated in over 20 different federal jurisdictions and the ITC, navigating various complex procedural issues in these different forums. She also has significant experience developing damages strategies for sophisticated intellectual property disputes. Recently, on behalf of a defendant in a trademark infringement lawsuit in which the plaintiff sought a multi-million dollar award, she obtained a judgment of zero damages despite a finding of willful infringement.
Prior to joining the firm, Olga worked as a pro bono fellow at another global law firm. While there, she represented multiple clients with issues related to housing, education, and domestic violence. Olga graduated from Harvard Law School, where she participated in the Cyberlaw Clinic, the Berkman Klein Center, the Journal of Law & Technology, and the Tenant Advocacy Project.
- Harvard Law School
- (J.D., 2016)
- University of California at Berkeley
- (B.A., History & Slavic Languages and Culture, 2012)
The State Bar of California