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3D Printing—implications on Intellectual Property Rights ("IP rights")

Is there a new era beginning with the availability of low-cost 3D printers? Not so long ago it was unimaginable that people could print products they needed by themselves. They used to have to go to the supermarket or order...more

The Legal Perils of 3D Printing

3D printing refers to the techniques also known as “additive manufacturing”. This process uses a digital model to create a three-dimensional object by adding successive layers of materials in the shape of the object. ...more

3D Printing, Copyright Challenges, and the DMCA

I. Introduction - The conventional photocopier makes copies of two-dimensional documents, and computers permit replication of digital audio and video files. Now three dimensional (“3D”) printers can replicate at least...more

Medical devices and 3D printing

As we already discussed, 3D printing technologies facilitates the creation of things but also is a great issue for managing traditional IP rights. This is a technology that will challenge more and more an effective...more

3-D Printing: New Dimension for IP Law?

Just as inkjet printers deposit drops of ink to create a document, 3-D printers lay down bits of plastic, metal, or other material to build an object. But as 3-D printers enter the consumer market, they may also fashion new...more

3D Printing's Main Legal Battles Will Be Over Intellectual Property [A Legal Perspective]

According to a recent Business Insider story, the future of 3D printing is now. If recent news headlines are anything to go by, BI is onto something: from saving the life of a child with a custom-made airway tube to creating...more

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