Grace Rouser focuses her practice on policing, defending, and enforcing intellectual property rights in the United States and internationally, specifically in the areas of trademark, trade dress, trade secrets, copyright, false advertising, and unfair business practices. She has experience in intellectual property litigation, domestic and international trademark prosecution and enforcement, management of global trademark and domain name portfolios, and copyright registration and litigation.
Grace maintains an active pro bono practice focused on representing Central and South American clients in immigration proceedings.
Grace worked in apparel merchandising for Target Corporation prior to attending law school.
- University of Iowa (J.D. with distinction 2020; Senior Articles Editor, Journal of Corporation Law); St. Olaf College (B.A. in Political Science and Religion with distinction 2015)
- Intern, U.S. Attorney's Office for the District of Minnesota (Summer 2018)
- Law Clerk to Judge Matthew E. Johnson, Minnesota Court of Appeals (2020-2021)
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