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Our lawyers help clients across industries handle regulatory, commercial, product safety and liability, intellectual property, international trade, insurance, data protection/cybersecurity, transactional and other issues around 3D Printing.

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Global IP outlook 2019: Two steps forward and a look back

2018 posed new opportunities and challenges for IP-rich businesses, with major new legislation introduced in Europe to govern trademark and trade secret protection; significant and...

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A problem in 3D 3D Printing

The UK IPO is wary, designers are worried and the EU is embracing the tech, Counsel Stella Wong examines the awkward relationship between 3D printing and IP.

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The 3-D printing revolution: Opening the doors to new opportunities — and risks associated with IP infringement

As the use of 3-D printing has increased exponentially, so has its potential. Stella Wong, counsel focusing on patent litigation at our Hogan Lovells office in London, compares a 3-D...

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FDA finalizes 3D printing guidance Hogan Lovells

On December 5, 2017, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA or the Agency) finalized its “leapfrog guidance” entitled, “Technical Considerations for Additive...

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The EU regulatory challenges and liability risks associated with 3-D printed medical devices

In this hoganlovells.com Q&A, Hogan Lovells counsel Fabien Roy addresses EU regulations that apply to medical devices that are produced using 3-D printing technologies.

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