3D printing raises a ton of legal questions. For the start of All3DP’s 3d printing legal advice series, we’ve asked Marco Müller-ter Jung from Lawfirm DWF Germany about the (in)famous Marcel Duchamp chess set case.
After losing the initial legal battle against 3DR Holdings over defamation allegations, Just 3D Print is taking the media company back to court in a new appeal. The controversy started after publications reported that the startup downloaded various 3D models from Thingiverse and was selling them on eBay.
Disney decided to take a handful of Star Wars models off of Thingiverse, reigniting the conversation about copyright infringement in the 3D space.
The controversial 3D printing startup Just3DPrint loses its defamation lawsuit against 3DR Holdings in the last of their three court battles.
In the world of 3D printing, what's considered to be IP infringement? What are the legal concerns? What can you do to protect your own IP?
eBayer just3dprint has taken over 2,000 files from Thingiverse and sells them for profit, disregarding Creative Commons licenses for non-commercial use.
In the wake of the Thingiverse "Sad Face" controversy, ALL3DP spoke to Michael Weinberg, a leading authority on 3D printing and copyright law.
Due to a trademark dispute, the $99 smartphone 3D printer that raised $2.3m on Kickstarter is rebranded from OLO to ONO.
For fans of South Park and gross-out humor, the characters from the long-running TV show are now available as 3D printed collectors items.
New UK copyright extension for industrial designs like chairs and tables goes up to 70 years. Will this have a negative impact on 3D printing?
The beautiful 3D printed "Chess with Mustaches" set is a satirical response to threats of legal action by the estate of Marcel Duchamp.
3D printing has begun to change the world of toys as we know it. For the established toy companies it may be the biggest challenge ever.