A Glimpse into How Courts Will Treat 3D Printed Medical Devices

Here is a guest post on an interesting case.  It’s the first decision that we’re aware of in which a 3D printed medical device (or any 3D printed product) has been the subject of litigation that involves product liability principles.  This post is submitted by Matt Jacobson of Reed Smith, who is particularly interested in 3D printing issues.   As always our guest blogger gets all the credit, and any blame, for the analysis that follows. Continue reading “A Glimpse into How Courts Will Treat 3D Printed Medical Devices”