Olivia M. Clavio


Olivia Clavio provides experienced counsel to clients as they acquire, protect and enforce their intellectual property rights. Olivia’s extensive knowledge and media insight benefits clients navigating a variety of advertising, promotional and marketing matters in traditional and digital commerce. Her experience includes advertising claim development, substantiation, and defense of claims; drafting contest and sweepstakes rules; social media interactive campaigns; user-generated content review; co-promotional agreements and influencer agreements. Olivia represents companies before agencies including the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and National Advertising Division of the Better Business Bureaus (NAD). She assists with disputes at all stages, including pre­litigation dispute resolution, intellectual property enforcement and protection, discovery, dispositive motions and triaI. She also provides guidance regarding right of publicity, trade secret and unfair competition issues.

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Make your Company a Hard Target for Job Scams


Your company’s talent is its lifeblood. Job postings for qualified individuals and other recruitment activities are vital to its operations. What happens, then, when scammers disrupt your business by conducting phishing schemes to trick individuals into applying for nonexistent jobs you did not post with the objective of stealing their personally identifiable information? In the age of remote work and virtual hiring, the impersonation of companies in job recruitment scams has become increasingly prevalent.

It can be difficult for job seekers to recognize a recruitment outreach as a scam, particularly when they’re highly interested in the opportunity. Therefore, it is incumbent upon companies to take steps to mitigate or stop the potential for harm. Leveraging company intellectual property is crucial to combating such schemes and to protecting both job seekers and the company’s good name.

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