New Expressions: 3D Printing & the Changing IP Landscape (On-Demand CLE)

    New Expressions: 3D Printing & the Changing IP Landscape (On-Demand CLE)
    CLE 90 min

    New Expressions: 3D Printing & the Changing IP Landscape (On-Demand CLE)

    This program will review the current state of the art and explore many of the copyright issues that 3D printing and scanning may implicate, including the useful article doctrine; the derivative work right; fair use; secondary liability; the anti-circumvention and safe harbor provisions of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act; and recent Supreme Court cases on design patent protection and the scope of copyright in 3D objects.
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    Until now, a company's product cycle involved a familiar timeline of discrete milestones: design, prototyping, production, launch, supply chain management, etc. But 3D printing and scanning are transforming how businesses bring their products to market, by collapsing these distinct phases into one fluid spectrum. Because 3D printing and scanning blur the lines between application and expression, these technologies raise a host of IP legal issues. There are few guideposts that can serve as reliable indicators of how existing law will treat these innovations, however it is not clear which practitioners will be liable—the printer, the seller, the manufacturer, etc.

    Join our esteemed panel as they:
    • Explore the shift in production cycles across a wide range of material industries fueled by the advent of affordable, high quality 3D printing
    • Identify the legal hurdles associated with the new blurry line between application and expression, in a time when an average consumer can physically reproduce intellectual property they don't own the rights to
    • Summarize the state of the 3D printing industry with regards to various copyright laws and acts in place such as the Digital Millennium Copyright Act

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    Sponsor Groups

    ABACLE , Section of Intellectual Property Law , Young Lawyers Division

    Product Code

    CE1712PTGOLC

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