Cornwall Street barrister Simon Bradshaw features in a new academic text on 3D printing law, as co-author of a chapter on the issues in trade mark law arising from 3D printing. Published by Edward Elgar Press, 3D Printing and Beyond: Intellectual Property and Regulation gathers legal expertise from the UK, USA and Australia to address the legal questions that arise when objects protected by IP law can be printed from designs shared online.
Simon Bradshaw has a particular interest in this area, having written a dissertation for his LLM in IP and Technology Law in 2008 that is widely cited as one of the first academic studies of IP law as applied to 3D printing. A Chartered Engineer since 1998, he is currently developing his expertise in the interaction of law and technology by studying part-time for an MSc in Forensic Engineering and Science at the Cranfield Forensic Institute, Shrivenham, and has advised or acted in disputes relating to copyright, trade marks, passing off, building construction, manufacturing defects and fire investigation.
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