Litigation over 3D printing will become increasingly more prevalent as the technology becomes less expensive to build due to rising demand, some lawyers say.
And a federal court in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, will soon hear arguments in a trademark and trade dress infringement case involving a stylish car product replicated using 3D printer technology.
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