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3D Printing Intellectual Property Litigation 2020

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This project will provide guidance for industry and policy-makers in respect of intellectual property, 3D Printing, and innovation policy. It will consider the evolution of 3D printing, and examine its implications for the creative industries, branding and marketing, manufacturing and robotics, clean technologies, health-care, and the digital economy. The study will examine how 3D printing will disrupt key regimes of intellectual property – such as copyright law, designs law, trade mark law, patent law, and confidential information. As well as providing practical advice in respect of intellectual property management and commercialisation, this study will offer policy recommendations in respect of domestic and international law reform.

Geographical area of data collection

This legal database includes results from a range of jurisdictions - including India, China, Japan, South Korea, Singapore, the European Union, Germany, the United States, and Brazil.

Research areas

Patent landscapes
Patent analytics
Patent litigation
3d printing
Intellectual property
Additive manufacturing
Patent law

Cite this collection

Rimmer, Matthew; Darts-IP; (2022): 3D Printing Intellectual Property Litigation 2020. Queensland University of Technology. (Text) https://doi.org/10.25912/RDF_1650498035995

Data file types

Legal Database


Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 (CC-BY-NC)


© Queensland University of Technology and Darts IP, 2022.

Dates of data collection

From 2020-07-16 to 2020-07-16


Has chief investigator
Matthew Rimmer  (Researcher)


Name: Professor Matthew Rimmer
Phone: +61731381599


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Published - Open Access