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Ready, Aim, Print
3D Printed Gun Models to Return Online as Defense Distributed Wins Court Settlement

After a lengthy legal battle, Cody Wilson and his organization Defense Distributed have settled a lawsuit against the U.S. State Department that will allow them to put 3D printable gun models back online.

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Shots (Not) Fired
Federal Judge Blocks Release of 3D Gun Models, But Defense Distributed Defies Court Ruling

Following a controversial court settlement that allowed Defense Distributed to share 3D printable gun blueprints online this week, a federal judge in Seattle has stepped in to issue a temporary restraining order and stop the release. But the pro-gun rights organization seems to have other plans...

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Meddling with Metal
Desktop Metal and Markforged Reach Joint Resolution on Trade Secret Litigation

In March, Desktop Metal filed a lawsuit against Markforged for allegedly copying portions of its patented metal 3D printing processes. Last week, a federal jury decided to clear Markforged of both IP infringement allegations, marking a major victory for the defendant. 

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Lock Him Up
Dr. Death Sentenced to Prison for Selling 3D Printed Gun Parts

A man calling himself "Dr. Death" has been sentenced to 41 months in prison for operating an illegal firearms business with a 3D printer.

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Law and Order
Legal 3D Printing Eagle: Interview with Michael Weinberg

In the wake of the Thingiverse "Sad Face" controversy, ALL3DP spoke to Michael Weinberg, a leading authority on 3D printing and copyright law.

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Lamber and Goodnow: Techiest Lawyers in America embrace 3D Printing

Can 3D printing have a valid application for litigation? Lawyers Lamber and Goodnow try to modernize their paper-bound profession.

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