Olivia Harris focuses her practice on trademark and copyright litigation, with particular experience helping luxury goods and consumer electronics clients enforce their trademarks online, as well as helping to develop and implement programs to combat the sales of counterfeit and gray market goods. In addition, Olivia has handled a number of UDRP proceedings to recover domain names misusing clients’ trademarks.

During law school, Ms. Harris was on the editorial board of the Cardozo Arts and Entertainment Law Journal, and she worked as a judicial intern for Judge Ralph Fabrizio, Acting New York Supreme Court Justice, Bronx County, Criminal Division.

Ms. Harris was recognized in 2017 and each of the four years immediately preceding as a New York “Rising Star” for Intellectual Property Litigation by Super Lawyers magazine.

Professional & Community Activities

Junior Board of Education Through Music, Member

National Association of Women Lawyers (NAWL), Member


  • Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, J.D. (2009)

Bar Admissions

  • New York (2010)

Who We Are

The Grace Building, 1114 Avenue of the Americas
New York, NY, 10036-7703
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Olivia A. Harris

Experience Highlights

Patent litigation for Hynix Semiconductor Inc.
Represented Hynix Semiconductor Inc. in the Chapter 15 bankruptcy proceeding for Qimonda AG. Qimonda sought recognition of its German insolvency more
Victorinox AG v. U.S. Flash & Tech. LLC, B&B Mega Serv. LLC a/k/a XYZ Enter., and Mesmerized Prod. Inc. d/b/a LOGOpremiums.com
Represented Victorinox Swiss Army in action for trademark infringement, trade dress infringement, unfair competition, false and deceptive more
Esbin & Alter LLP v. Zappier et al.
Retained to defend independent software developer on a pro bono basis against former law firm employer that alleged copyright infringement, fraud, more
Two Men and A Truck International, Inc. v. David Underwood, et. al.
Lead counsel for Two Men and A Truck. Successfully enforced right of first refusal to purchase trademark. Eliminated geographic concurrent more