What kinds of legal issues will emerge related to 3-D printing?
Nov 8, 2013
Orlando Business Journal, Trends, November 8-14, 2013
Michael E. Marder speaks about the legal issues relating to 3-D printing: “We will see increased efforts by the Legislature and local courts to expand and define the scope of intellectual property as it relates to 3-D printing. Ultimately the question to be answered regarding protecting objects created by 3-D printing, and the advent of its related field, digital manufacturing, is: How will the item be used? When that determination is made, the next step is to use the best application of licensing, copyright or patent to protect the creator and allow for control, while at the same time broadening the rules to accommodate the creative process.”
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