3-D Printers Raise Concerns About Intellectual Property

Kathleen Kuznicki recently spoke with Butler County Business Matters reporter, Dave Butler Business MattersMeans, about the impact of  3-D printers on businesses and individuals with regard to intellectual property rights. In the article Kathleen explains how reproducing designs that are easily found on the internet can actually be considered infringement on the intellectual property rights of the owner.

Click on the cover page image to read the article beginning on page 29 of the July 2015 issue or go directly to the article 3-D Printers Raise Concerns About IP.

For more information on this topic, Kathleen Kuznicki can be reached at kkuznicki@lynchlaw-group.com.
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