Santa Clara High Technology Law Journal

Articles from Vol. 20, No. 1, November

1984 and Beyond: Two Decades of Copyright Law
During the past two decades, engineers, authors, publishers, consumers, lawyers and academics have witnessed extraordinary developments in the technological landscape, often leading to equally dramatic developments in the law of copyright. Many of...
Biotechnology: Highlights of the Science and Law Shaping the Industry
I. INTRODUCTION The term "biotechnology" was coined in 1919 by Karl Ereky, (1) a Hungarian engineer. As generally understood, the term "biotechnology" refers to the use of living organisms or their products to modify human health and/or the human...
Dear Reader
It is my distinct pleasure to welcome you to the Special Anniversary Edition and inaugural issue of Volume 20 of the Santa Clara Computer & High Technology Law Journal. In marking the Journal's 20th Anniversary, this year, more than any other,...
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Allen B. Wagner, Human Tissue Research: Who Owns the Results?, 3 SANTA CLARA COMPUTER & HIGH TECH. L.J. 231 (1987). This article examines ownership issues in relation to human tissue research. The author provides an overview of the research...
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Colin Tappr, Copyright in Computer Programs: An International Perspective, 1 SANTA CLARA COMPUTER & HIGH TECH. L.J. 13 (1985). This essay analyzes and compares the copyright of computer programs and their protection in the United States, Australia,...
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Halina S. Dziewit et al, The Quest for the Paperless Office--Electronic Contracting: State of the Art Possibility but Legal Impossibility?, 5 SANTA CLARA COMPUTER & HIGH TECH. L. J. 75 (1989). This article explores the potential for electronic...
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Christopher R. Muse, Patented Personality, 4 SANTA CLARA COMPUTER & HIGH TECH. L.J. 285 (1988). This article presents an examination of the state and structure of artificial intelligence personality and its patentability. The author discusses...
The First 20 Years
It is an amazingly self-reflective and marvelous thing to be asked to provide a few words over something I helped start twenty years ago. How the Santa Clara Computer & High Technology Law Journal got started has been well documented, albeit from...
The Internet Revolution
I. INTRODUCTION I am honored to write this essay on the state of Internet law to commemorate the twentieth anniversary of the Santa Clara Computer and High Technology Law Journal. It is fitting and appropriate that an entire section of this special...
The Supreme Court's Complicity in Federal Circuit Formalism
I. INTRODUCTION Congress created the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit in 1982 to bring greater uniformity to the country's patent laws. (1) Drawing on this purpose, the Federal Circuit has expanded this call for uniformity...
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