Santa Clara High Technology Law Journal

Articles from Vol. 26, No. 4, May

Clean Tech Reality Check: Nine International Green Technology Transfer Deals Unhindered by Intellectual Property Rights
I. INTRODUCTION The debate over whether intellectual property ("IP") rights foster innovation and promote implementation of clean technologies or stand as a barrier to their development and deployment is playing out on the international stage. This...
Crowdsourcing and Open Access: Collaborative Techniques for Disseminating Legal Materials and Scholarship
I. INTRODUCTION The digital era has exposed the limitations of paper as an archival medium. Although paper (like other forms of hard-copy) makes an excellent tool for transmitting knowledge across lengthy spans of time, it makes a poor tool for...
"On-Site Renewable Energy and Public Finance: How and Why Municipal Bond Financing Is the Key to Propagating Access to On-Site Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency"
I. INTRODUCTION Special tax districts and municipal bond financing are not inherently sexy cocktail party topics. Nevertheless, these obscure and complex systems that leverage public capital to finance public works projects are expanding at a rapid...
The Role of Patent Protection in (Clean/green) Technology Transfer
1. INTRODUCTION The worldwide challenge of climate change mitigation has led to an increased interest in the mechanisms that encourage the development and adoption of new technologies. In particular, recent rapid economic growth in several large...
Wikipedia and the European Union Database Directive
INTRODUCTION Because of their interactive and largely non-commercial nature, Web 2.0 technologies raise new challenges for intellectual property laws on a global level. Web 2.0 forums are characterized by their interactive and participatory nature....
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