Anticipating IP Trends In 3-D Printing

July 1, 2015

The hype surrounding 3-D printing has begun to die down and its true, disruptive impact has begun to emerge. From how manufacturers view their supply chain to how consumers understand copyright and trademark laws, 3-D printing will play a role in a wide range of conversations and conversions of existing legal, market and business rules. Understanding where those changes are most likely to occur can help those most impacted by the transformation of 3-D printing get ready for what happens next.

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