Protecting Open Innovation: A New Approach to Patent Threats, Transaction Costs, and Tactical Disarmament
Jason Schultz & Jennifer Urban
Recent JOLT Articles
- Protecting Open Innovation: The Defensive Patent License as a New Approach to Patent Threats, Transaction Costs, and Tactical Disarmament - Jason Schultz and Jennifer M. Urban
- Open Wireless vs. Licensed Spectrum: Evidence from Market Adoption - Yochai Benkler
- A Face Tells More than a Thousand Posts: Developing Face Recognition Privacy in Social Networks - Yana Welinder
- Using Technology to Enhance Access to Justice - James E. Cabral, Abhijeet Chavan, Thomas M. Clarke, John Greacen, Bonnie Rose Hough, Linda Rexer, Jane Ribadeneyra & Richard Zorza
- Fix It in the Mix: Disaggregating the Record Producer's Copyright - Phil Hill
- Downloading Infringement: Patent Law as a Roadblock to the 3D Printing Revolution - Davis Doherty
- Rethinking Risks: Should Socioeconomic and Ethical Considerations Be Incorporated into the Regulation of Genetically Modified Crops? - Dorothy Du
- Medical Device Innovation in America: Tensions Between Food and Drug Law and Patent Law - Adam Lewin
New Submissions Platform
JOLT has transitioned to a new submissions platform and is now accepting submissions via Scholastica. Please go to https://scholasticahq.com/ to submit articles for consideration. As of February 11, JOLT will no longer accept submissions via Bepress.
Current Issue: Fall 2012
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JOLT Digest is the online companion to the Harvard Journal of Law & Technology. The Digest features short student-written articles on recent developments in areas such as patent law, copyright, biotechnology, cybersecurity, privacy, telecommunications, and cyberlaw.