Giselle Huron is Senior Trademark Counsel for Google, and founded and leads Google's cross-functional Anti-Counterfeiting Team. She manages anti-counterfeiting efforts across all Google hardware products, working with security, supply chain, investigations, reverse logistics, product and legal. Her trademark counsel responsibilities include managing Google's global trademark portfolio, developing naming strategies and brand policies, negotiating agreements, handling enforcement and defensive disputes, advising clients on branding and marketing issues, and clearing original video game content. Her trademark portfolio includes Google's mobile hardware products (Pixel, Fitbit), and Stadia cloud gaming platform; and has covered Glass, Cloud, Google Maps, Waze, ATAP, DeepMind, Google Life Sciences/Verily, Skybox/Terrabella, Ingress/Niantic, infrastructure, developers, research, and open source.
Giselle often presents on trademark, counterfeit, and IP law at industry conferences, and has been a guest speaker in classes at Columbia Law School and Cardozo School of Law. She is a member of various industry groups, including INTA and Marques, and recently completed The Leadership Consortium Leaders Program. Prior to joining Google, Giselle worked in Litigation at Fross Zelnick Lehrman & Zissu and Davis Polk & Wardwell, and prior to law school as a case manager at Cravath Swaine & Moore. She is a graduate of Harvard Law School (2007) and Princeton University (2002).