The topic of 3D printing always conjures up the same jokes: “Hey, so I can just download a car and print that now, right? Some sneakers? It’ll be just like torrenting music, hah!” But the reality is, there’s certainly going to be some major intellectual property issues with 3D printing, as the team at MofoTech highlights today. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 185.
- Supreme Court Nixes Use of DMV Records to Solicit Class Action Plaintiffs Washington, DC lawyer Ronald Wick of Cozen O’Connor on the firm’s blog, Class Action Defense Review
- Courts Struggle to Draw Constitutional Lines for Disclosure – Washington, DC attorney Julius Chen of Covington & Burling on the firm’s blog, InsidePoliticalLaw
- You Have The Right To Conduct Discovery!! – California discovery referee Kathy Gallo on her blog, Resolving Discovery Disputes
- Wyoming Supreme Court Upholds Non-Compete Prohibiting Sale of Booze At Bowling Alley - Chicago attorney Paul Freehling of Seyfarth Shaw in the firm’s non-compete law blog, Trading Secrets
- Getting Divorced? Online Matches Tend to Produce Better and Longer Lasting Relationships - Spartanburg attorney J. Benjamin Stevens of The Stevens Firm on their South Carolina Family Law Blog
- 3-D Printing: New Dimension for IP Law? – The blogging lawyers and attorneys at Morrison Foerster on their blog, MofoTech
- Black Swans and Trojan Horses: Why That Internship Program May Not Be Legal – Hartford attorney Daniel Schwartz of Pullman & Comley in his Connecticut Employment Law Blog
- Hit Your Refresh Button with a Summer Sabbatical – Business development coach Robin Hensley on her Raising the Bar Blog
- ACUS Adopts Authoritative Recommendations for Improving Federal Administrative Law – Washington, DC lawyer Lee Beck on his blog, the Federal Regulations Advisor
- The Federal Judicial Committee’s Proposal To Break The Discovery Rules – Philadelphia lawyer Maxwell Kennerly of The Beasley Firm on his blog, Litigation & Trial
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