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2015 Law & Innovation: 3D Technology

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April 29, 2015
4:30 PM - 8:00 PM


American Bar Association
321 North Clark Street
Chicago, IL 60654


April 29, 2015
4:30 PM - 8:00 PM

4:30 p.m. – Registration (in-person)
5:00 p.m. – CLE Program (in-person and webinar)
7:00 p.m. – Networking Reception (in-person)

ABA Section of Litigation Chair and Baker Donelson Shareholder Nancy Scott Degan invites you to join the American Bar Association Section of Litigation and Navigant for the Law & Innovation Speaker Series, a program which looks at how innovations across industries are creating novel legal issues for clients and their counsel.

The Spring program will highlight the potential of 3D printing and the impact this technology is having on the consumer, business and legal environments. The esteemed presenters will address the broad applications of the technology and delve into the evolving legal and regulatory challenges including:

  • How does 3D printing change the dynamics between manufacturer, retailer and consumer?
  • Where does the liability lie for product defects?
  • Who owns the rights at all levels?
  • How will the technology impact consumer privacy laws

The Law & Innovation Series will be hosted in-person in Chicago, Illinois. It will also be streamed live via webinar. Following the in-person program, there will be a cocktail reception providing an opportunity to meet and speak with our Law & Innovation speakers. In-person program will also include a live 3D printer demonstration. (MCLE Credit available.*) This event (both in-person and webinar) is complimentary.

The ABA directly applies for and ordinarily receives CLE credit for ABA live, in-person programs and live webinars in many states. This course is expected to qualify for 2.0 CLE credit hours in 60-minute states, and 2.4 credit hours in 50-minute states. Credit hours granted are subject to each state’s approval and credit rounding rules.

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Heather Stripling
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