From astounding scientific advancements to reality television twists, 3D printing keeps increasing its band-with. But 3D printing headlines sometimes raise complex intellectual property and related technology law questions. Digging into those questions shows that the answers to the legal issues behind 3D printing news are a lot like the technology itself — exciting, confusing and more and more part of the disruptive innovation zeitgeist.
IP: Five 3D Printing headlines and the law issues they raise
Bryan J. Vogel
Bryan J. Vogel is a trial lawyer and partner with the firm Robins, Kaplan, Miller & Ciresi L.L.P. He is a registered patent attorney with...Bio and more articles