With 3D printers becoming more mainstream, the ability to easily recreate everyday items poses a number of intellectual property concerns. Replicating toys, jewelry, and other objects could potentially infringe patents, trademarks, and copyrights. As the technology continues to gain acceptance, IP rights holders need to be aware of the potential ramifications. Finnegan attorneys Bob Yoches and Elizabeth Ferrill discuss IP considerations with the rapidly evolving 3D printing technology landscape.

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