Listen to Husch Blackwell’s Technology Transfer Attorneys Kris Kappel, Dill Myers, and Liam Reilly provide tips for “Winning” the Technology Agreement Tug of War. This webinar reviews the most negotiated legal terms in Information Technology and Technology Agreements, including warranties, indemnification, and limitation of liabilities. This session also covers issues from both the
As co-vice-chair of the firm’s Intellectual Property practice specialty center, Kris counsels clients on how to manage and protect their intellectual property and data and use their IP assets strategically.
Read all about “What General Counsel Must Know About 3D Printing,” as published in The Advisory Board Company’s General Counsel Agenda, December 2015. Written by Husch Blackwell’s Kris Kappel, click here to see why “many are calling 3D printing the ‘third industrial revolution.'”
3D printing continues to transform the medical field. Recently, doctors in Spain produced the world’s first 3D-printed rib cage and sternum, which is made entirely of titanium. The doctors surgically implanted the metal rib cage and sternum in a cancer patient. Last month, the FDA approved the first 3D-printed drug. The drug, which Aprecia Pharmaceuticals has named Spritam, is for treating patients with epilepsy. Aprecia Pharmaceuticals’ ZipDose® Technology utilizes 3D printing that overlays multiple layers of powdered medication on top of one another until the correct dosage is reached. This type of technology can lead to easier-to-take medication that is individualized in nature with precise dosages based on a patient’s needs.
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