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Lisa Larrimore Ouellette

Lisa Larrimore Larrimore Ouellette
Lisa Larrimore Ouellette
  • Deane F. Johnson Professor of Law
  • Senior Fellow, Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research (SIEPR)
  • Room N321, Neukom Building


  • FDA Policy
  • Health Law & Policy
  • IP Policy Analysis
  • Intellectual Property
  • International Intellectual Property Law
  • Patent Law
  • Technology & the Law
  • Trademarks


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To any of my IP students following me here, this will be your warm-up hypo for the start of next class!

when is twitter corporate or individual impersonation (now with a blue check) trademark infringement or dilution? when is it a violation of someone's right of publicity? when does it violate the platform TOU?

& when is it parody, protected speech, or another kind of fair use?

Registration is still open for Fri 11/18 Innovator Diversity Pilots Conference at @SCUHTLI, organized by @uspto @colleen_chien @margobagley, both online & in person—I'll be there in the afternoon after I teach!

@jonathanmasur Thanks to @design_law, Janet Freilich, @IowaPatentLaw & @jason_reinecke for helpful comments. More suggestions are welcome! And of course, let us know if you end up using it ☺️

Not election related! @jonathanmasur & I just posted a free one-class teaching module on US IP law (trade secret, utility & design patent, copyright, trademark) for the 1st day of IP or a stand-alone module in a separate law, business, or policy class: ...

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