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Will Technologies like 3D Printing Erode Intellectual Property Laws?

A recent post on TechCrunch featured the story of a seven-year-old girl who threw out the first pitch in a recent World Series final game with her new prosthetic hand –one that had been created on a 3D printer. There is no doubt that 3-D printing is evolving into a significant force for both good and evil (I’m thinking in the latter case … Continue Reading

Where Evolutionary Technology Meets Your Legal Practice

At first blush, you might ask what a bionic arm catching objects in mid-flight has to do with the practice of law. I assert: “Everything.” Who are the lawyers who represent these evolutionary products? Clearly, there will be lots of intellectual property involved, but I say that the list goes on. Here are just three … Continue Reading
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