3D printing, also known as additive manufacturing, is becoming more mainstream. As a result, the ability to recreate everyday items at home poses a number of potential intellectual property concerns. Replicating toys, jewelry, or even famous logos could pose the risk of IP infringement. As the technology continues to gain greater acceptance, IP rights holders need to be aware of the potential ramifications. Finnegan attorneys Rob Litowitz and Beth Ferrill discuss the IP considerations with today’s rapidly evolving 3D printing technology.

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