Confident, analytical and attentive, Olayeni Odumosu helps her clients establish, protect and fully utilize their intellectual property assets. With experience in trademarks and copyrights, she is able to provide targeted solutions to difficult problems while maintaining a relatable approach with her clients.
Olayeni applies a combination of intellect and enthusiasm to her advice and counsel. She prides herself on taking the time to adequately understand her clients' IP portfolios and innovations so she can better advocate for them and pursue effective copyright, patent, trademark, trade dress, and other protections.
Before joining the firm full-time, Olayeni was a summer associate and an IP law clerk for Barnes & Thornburg.
Olayeni gained experience while in law school as an extern for the Dekalb County Public Defender's Office and an intern in the Hearings Unit of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). With the EEOC, she worked for Administrative Judge Yasmin Yanthis-Bailey, formulating and distributing acknowledgement orders and sent orders of investigative claims to clients.
Outside of defending her client’s interests, Olayeni participates in karate and boxing, and enjoys listening to live R&B music.
Professional and Community Involvement
Programming chair, Georgia Association for Woman Lawyers
Former volunteer, Meaningful Miles
Former volunteer, Atlanta Mission: My Sister's House
Former volunteer, Space for Suicide Prevention