July 2016

I disclaimer, la esenzione di responsabilità che esenta in parte

2016-10-19T10:05:32+00:00 July 7th, 2016|Italian, OBMinitiative|

ORIGINAL OBM ARTICLE What are the disclaimers, their limits and potentials, and how they can be used to support open source projects such as the ones developed by the Open BioMedical Initiative. With this first article, we welcome Matteo Madafferi in the editorial team and a new legal section where we deal with the open source legal challenges suggesting solutions [...]

February 2016

Cerchiamo volontari per l’area Finanza/Ricerca Fondi: parla Fabio Petronio!

2016-10-19T10:05:58+00:00 February 19th, 2016|Italian, OBMinitiative|

Se pensi che OBM Initiative sia una Community esclusiva per Ingegneri, Sviluppatori software, Modellatori per stampa 3D, Biotecnologi ecc, ti consiglio di continuare a leggere. Già perchè fortunatamente non è così. Sono Fabio Petronio, co-fondatore di questa eccezionale compagine, e non ho nulla a che fare con le competenze viste sopra. Mettersi in gioco per aiutare [...]

December 2015

Appeals Court rules on the legal transmission of 3D files

2016-10-19T10:06:14+00:00 December 10th, 2015|English, News|

In a case with important implications for 3D printing, a three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit – which decides appeals in all U.S. patent cases – ruled in a dispute between tooth aligner competitors Align and ClearCorrect that the U.S. International Trade Commission cannot stop digital blueprints of physical [...]

July 2015

Legal3DPrinting analyzes legal and ethical implications of medical 3D printing

2015-07-16T19:20:09+00:00 July 16th, 2015|English, News|

Maria Livia Rizzo is a young lawyer from Bologna specializing in legal medicine. Together with Marco Giacomello, a lawyer specializing in copyright and intellectual property, she co-founded Legal3DPrinting, an initiative seeking to address many of the issues that 3D printing will come to face, from a legal point of view, even before they become more [...]