Olha Rybakoff currently serves as a Senior Assistant Attorney General in the Tennessee Attorney General’s Consumer Protection Division, handling consumer protection enforcement matters. She handles a variety of cases in the areas of timeshare and telemarketing fraud, government imposter marketing, deceptive advertising, and opioids issues, among others. Prior to joining the Tennessee Attorney General’s Office in 2005, she served as Deputy Attorney General and Director of the Consumer Fraud Division in the Delaware Department of Justice from 1997 – 2005 where she handled civil and criminal consumer protection and fraud cases. Before beginning her public service career, she worked for an intellectual property law firm in Wilmington, Delaware from 1984 to 1997, handling patent, commercial and general litigation matters.