3D Printing May Also Disrupt Product Liability Laws

In their recently published paper, ‘What Shall we do with the Drunken Sailor? Product Safety in the Aftermath of 3D Printing,’ Klaus Heine and Shu Li discuss how a disruptive…

3D Printing and Product Liability: Interview with James Beck of Reed Smith

James Beck is the senior life sciences policy analyst at Reed Smith. James is specialized in product liability, personal injury, especially in very large and very complex cases. Active in…

Liability and Legal Issues May Derail the Future of 3D Printed Medication

Bloomberg BNA’s Pharmaceutical Law & Industry Report was recently released, and according to attorneys the recent FDA approval of the first 3D printed drug could lead to several complicated legal,…

Don’t Print Yourself Into a Corner: Product Liability Implications of 3D Printing

By: Josh Becker (Partner) and Sarah O’Donohue (Associate) Product manufacturers typically can be held liable for injuries caused by a defective product under several legal theories. One legal theory, referred to…


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