The Future in 3D: Guns, drugs and lawyers

I wrote an article surveying legal implications of 3D printing (from a Canadian perspective) for Lawyers Weekly with my colleague Ashlee Froese from Gilbert’s LLP.

In the past three years, a feverish buzz has developed around 3D printing. The excitement has been accompanied by concern that proliferation of this technology will create legal challenges, in particular for intellectual property rights holders. This article provides a summary of the evolution of 3D printing and also a cursory review of some of the implications for intellectual property rights-holders and regulators…

Check out The Future in 3D: Guns, drugs and lawyers  here.

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