Caroline O. DeHaan
CAROLINE O. DEHAAN is an associate in the Intellectual Property and Privacy and Data Security practice groups.
Caroline’s intellectual property practice focuses on trademark and copyright matters, including clearance, prosecution and registration, management, and licensing in the United States and abroad. Caroline also counsels clients on issues relating to brand management and development. In addition to her intellectual property practice, Caroline advises clients on issues pertaining to privacy and security, including best practices and compliance.
Prior to joining the Intellectual Property and Privacy and Data Security groups, Caroline was a member of the firm’s Litigation practice. There, she worked on complex commercial matters, including shareholder disputes, breach of contract, and intellectual property litigation.
Caroline is a member of CincyIP, Cincinnati’s intellectual property law association, and the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP).
She received her B.A. in rhetoric and communications studies, magna cum laude, from the University of Richmond and her J.D. from William and Mary Law School, where she served as an articles editor of William & Mary Journal of Women and the Law. Prior to law school, Caroline spent several years in public relations, where she partnered with clients on brand development and management, and comprehensive communications strategies.