Eric Lane is the founder and author of Green Patent Blog, an award-winning website dedicated to discussion and analysis of intellectual property issues in clean technology. His book, Clean Tech Intellectual Property: Eco-Marks, Green Patents, and Green Innovation, published by Oxford University Press, is one of the first comprehensive resources on issues at the intersection of IP and green technologies.

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Eric has published articles on a wide range of legal subjects in such publications as the Berkeley Technology Law Journal, the Columbia Journal of Environmental Law, the John Marshall Law School Review of Intellectual Property Law, the Santa Clara Computer & High Technology Law Journal, the Duke Law & Technology Review, New York Intellectual Property Law Bulletin, New York State Bar Association Labor & Employment Newsletter and Mealey’s (Lexis-Nexis) Litigation Report on Intellectual Property, IPLaw360, New Matter, and the San Diego Daily Transcript.

To access the blog and the articles click the links below

 ♦  Green Patent Blog

 ♦  Clean Tech Intellectual Property: Eco-marks, Green Patents, and Green Innovation

 ♦ Clean Tech Intellectual Property: Eco-marks, Green Patents, and Green Innovation, Chapter 1 – Clean Tech IP is for Real

 ♦  Greenwashing 2.0

 ♦  Building the Global Green Patent Highway: A Proposal for International Harmonization of Green Patent Fast Track Programs

 ♦  Clean Tech Reality Check: Nine International Green Technology Transfer Deals Unhindered by Intellectual Property Rights

 ♦  Consumer Protection in the Eco-Mark Era: A Preliminary Survey and Assessment of Anti-Greenwashing Activity and Eco-Mark Enforcement

 ♦  Keeping the LEDs on and the Electric Motors Running: Clean Tech in Court after Ebay

 ♦  Protecting Green Brands in the Eco-mark Era