Lisa Larrimore Ouellette, Stanford University

Assistant Professor Stanford, California ouellette@law.stanford.edu Office: (650) 721-2928

Bio/Research

Lisa Larrimore Ouellette is an Assistant Professor at Stanford Law School. Her scholarship addresses empirical and theoretical problems in intellectual property and innovation law. She takes advantage of her training in physics to explore policy issues such as the value of scientific disclosures ...

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Bio/Research

Lisa Larrimore Ouellette is an Assistant Professor at Stanford Law School. Her scholarship addresses empirical and theoretical problems in intellectual property and innovation law. She takes advantage of her training in physics to explore policy issues such as the value of scientific disclosures in patents, the patenting of federally funded research under the Bayh–Dole Act, the polarized public discourse over patents, and the integration of patent law with other levers of innovation policy. She has also written about how online search results could address the evidentiary problem of trademark distinctiveness, and about the potential for different standards of review to create what she terms “deference mistakes” in areas such as patent and trademark law. She has also authored over 250 posts for her blog, Written Description.

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