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3D Printing Law, 3D Trademark Design and The Makerbot Class Action Suit

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3D PRINTERING: THE MAKERBOT CLASS ACTION SUIT Since the 5th generation of Makerbot 3D printers were released at CES in 2014, there has been an avalanche of complaints about the smart extruder in these printers. READ FULL ARTICLE    3D

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3D Printing And Mainstream TV – The Good Wife Takes On The Legal Issues of 3D Printing

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by Bill Decker I admit it. I watch The Good Wife. But this last episode was about my industry- 3D Printing. In the episode a designer puts an open source CAD drawing of a plastic gun on line. The file

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3D Printing Ad Agency Announces New Client – The 3D Printing Law Firm

When reports first appeared that computers could produce three-dimensional objects — from toys to auto parts to household items — it sounded like a page from a science fiction novel. But the era of 3-D printers is upon us. For

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3D Printing Theft – Is it Time For a 3D Printing Law Firm?

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At last weeks’ Gartner Symposium/ITxpo conference in Florida, the company released their “Top Predictions for IT Organizations and Users for 2014 and Beyond.” The report contained this ugly, probably inevitable prediction: By 2018, 3D printing will result in the loss

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Who Gets to Regulate Trade and Production of 3D-Printed Goods?

What with the recent scandal surrounding 3D-printed handguns, people have begun to discuss the best ways to regulate 3D printing. Should we regulate it to maintain safety, put boundaries on personal liberties, and protect intellectual property rights? Or should we

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3D Printing Legal Wars

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The 3-D printing “will do for physical objects what MP3 files did for music,” wrote Deven R. Desai, associate professor at the Thomas Jefferson School of Law, and Gerard N. Magliocca, professor at the Robert H. McKinney School of Law

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