Jennifer Golinveaux



Winston & Strawn

Jennifer Golinveaux is an intellectual property litigator and co-chair of Winston & Strawn’s highly regarded Intellectual Property Practice. She represents clients in a wide variety of industries in copyright, DMCA, trademark, trade dress, design patent, right of publicity, and internet-related disputes. She has more than two decades of experience litigating trademark, trade dress, design patent, and unfair competition cases in a wide variety of industries, including Internet and technology, consumer goods, and food and beverage. Notably, Jennifer served as lead counsel for Office Depot in copyright litigation brought by Great Minds concerning educational materials subject to Creative Commons licenses and the proper scope of the Creative Commons license. She and her team obtained dismissal of the case on the pleadings in the Central District of California and Jennifer successfully argued the appeal to the Ninth Circuit.

Jennifer has been widely recognized for her work in copyright litigation in The Legal 500 US (2013–2020) and is listed in 2014–2024 The Best Lawyers in America® for her work in entertainment law. In 2021, she was selected as an “IP Star” by ManagingIP. She has also been repeatedly named among the world’s leading trademark practitioners for both litigation and prosecution by the World Trademark Review (2011–2024), in which she is described as “engaged, sharp-witted and thorough” whose “insights are hugely valuable when you have important business decisions to make.” Jennifer received a J.D., cum laude, from the University of San Francisco School of Law in 1999, where she was articles editor for the University of San Francisco School of Law Review. She received a B.A. in English, with honors, from Barnard College at Columbia University in 1995.