IP Protection for New and Emerging Technologies

July 16th, 2015
3D Printing, IoT, Patents/IP

by Ben Warlick, IP Litigation Attorney at Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP

My colleague Bryan Stewart and I recently hosted a Lunch & Learn at Atlanta Tech Village.  We discussed the need for an intellectual property strategy that broadly considers copyright, trademark, patent, and trade secret. The Lunch & Learn focused on examples of IP issues in 3D printing, the Internet of Things (IoT), and cloud-computing.

IP Protection Strategies Should Be Considered Early In Business Development
A company’s overall business strategy should include an intellectual property strategy, even if the strategy is not to seek formal IP protection.  For companies

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Lunch & Learn: IP Protection for 3D-Printing and Other Emerging Technologies

June 23rd, 2015
3D Printing

New and emerging technologies such as 3D-printing, UAV/drones, internet security, internet of things, and cloud computing are creating innovative new businesses and transforming how existing businesses operate.

This lunch & learn will discuss potential intellectual property issues and practical methods for protecting IP with regard to 3D-printing and these other emerging technologies. The discussion will be particularly focused on how entrepreneurs are currently using emerging technologies to enhance their business, the potential legal issues that may exist, and the strategies that can be used to protect IP.

This session includes lunch. Please RSVP so we can get an accurate count for food. 

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3D Printing Law Newest MMM Focus

Atlanta (March 2, 2015) – 3D printing is one of the newest and most exciting technologies for both businesses and consumers. Since almost anyone can use it, many predict it will soon become part of everyday life. Since disruptive technology can lead to disruptive legal issues, 3D printing is one of the newest areas of focus for the Intellectual Property team at Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP.

3D printing can be used to make everything from toys to prosthetic limbs – even entire cars. Astronauts on the International Space Station are using it to create tools and other objects.

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