Technology Agreements: A Common Contract Unlocking Uncommon Environmental Value

09 Oct 2020

Creative licensing agreements can account for environmental benefits and generate billions in additional revenue for clean technology companies, together with billions of tons of carbon removed. “More importantly, they could create significant incentives for innovation in an area that desperately needs it,” they claim.

In their article “Technology Agreements: A Common Contract Unlocking Uncommon Environmental Value,” in partnership with Climate Week NYC 2020, MoFo partners Suz Mac Cormac and Tessa Schwartz, and associate Benjamin T. R. Fox, discuss how laws at the intersection of technology and climate science create opportunities to capitalize on legal innovation and reward climate change innovators. Read the full article.

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