Student editors from the John Marshall School of Law in Chicago, with principal articles by leading scholars of IP law and environmental science.
The Intersection of Intellectual Property Law and the "Green" Movement: RIPL's Green Issue 2010by John Marshall Review of Intellectual Property Law
Each year, RIPL produces a Special Symposium law review issue. In this important contribution, the Green Issue presents
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One of the leading IP law journals in the world is also the first to go NookBook. This edition of John Marshall RIPL is the 2010 Green Issue, with five cutting-edge articles from recognized lawyers and scholars of IP and environmental law.
Each year, RIPL produces a Special Symposium law review issue. In this important contribution, the Green Issue presents current articles on the emerging "green" movement in environmental law and its promotion through IP law, including patents and trademarks. Topics include encouraging biodiversity and respecting HIPPO, green labeling and sometimes-false marketing, "greenwashing," international climate control accords, miscalculation of the long-term costs of global warming, and patenting environmental tech.
Also available as a NookBook in the Special Symposium series by RIPL, as part of Quid Pro's IP Law Series, is the 2011 issue, "The Intersection of Biotechnology and Health Issues in IP Law."
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