Category Archives: Intellectual Property

Boeing collaborates with Assembrix to secure 3D printing

3D printing is a hotbed of intellectual property (IP) and, as a number of projects have proved, its protection can be just as lucrative as the innovation. In the aerospace industry especially, where competition runs high and products remain in development for a number of years, IP protection is a primary concern. In a new Memorandum of […]

CGTrader integrates PolyPort encyption to protect 3D designs

CGTrader, a 3D model marketplace, is working to integrate PolyPort’s 3D asset prevention features on the CGTrader marketplace. Buy with confidence Currently buyers on CGTrader can receive refunds for a variety of reasons, while sellers cannot currently be assured that refunded assets are actually removed from a buyer’s possession. PolyPort integration allows buyers to view […]

European Parliament considers 3D printing IP and civil liability

The relationship between 3D printing, copyright, and the protection of intellectual property has experienced some strain due to its necessarily digital nature. Readers may remember a debacle surrounding the unauthorized sale of 3D printed designs by Louise Driggers (aka Loubie) – an issue that was quickly cleared up thanks to the online community. In a landmark […]

5Fragen – Martin Soppe, Rechtsanwalt und Partner bei Osborne Clarke

Dieses 5Fragen Interview führt uns zum ersten Mal zu einem Juristen. Da gerade im Bereich des Rechts viele Fragen in Verbindung mit 3D Druck bestehen. Dr. Martin Soppe ist Rechtsanwalt und Partner im Hamburger Büro der Wirtschaftsrechtskanzlei Osborne Clarke und hat sich dort auf Intellectual Property (IP), also geistiges Eigentum, spezialisiert. Seit einiger Zeit befasst sich Martin Soppe dabei

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