3D printing is the process of manufacturing
solid three-dimensional objects from a Computer Aided Design file, has gained
tremendous popularity and widespread use over the past decade, and has
revolutionized the process of how, where and by whom certain products are
made. But questions remain as to how broader use of this technology will
integrate into our current legal framework. This panel will discuss the
rise of 3D printing in the United States and its potential impact on traditional
notions of product liability law.
Amy R. Fiterman, Partner | Faegre Baker Daniels LLP
Joseph Winebrenner, Partner | Faegre Baker Daniels LLP
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