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Three Legal Challenges In-House Counsel Face with 3-D Printing

As 3-D Printing Becomes More Widespread, In-House Counsel Will Be Tasked with Complex IP and Liability Challenges

Yet another potentially disruptive technology is set to join the ranks of blockchain and AI as a headache for legal: 3-D printing. While its use in legal is limited, 3-D printing presents unique challenges to in-house counsel prosecuting or defending IP and liability issues.

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Yet another potentially disruptive technology is set to join the ranks of blockchain and AI as a headache for legal: 3-D printing. While its use in legal is limited, 3-D printing’s growing adoption in various industries, from medical and pharmaceuticals to consumer products and candy bars, presents unique challenges to in-house counsel prosecuting or defending IP and liability issues.

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