Hartford, Conn.—William Cass
, partner at Cantor Colburn LLP
, intellectual property attorneys, will present “Global Strategies for Intellectual Property Protection in Additive Manufacturing” at the Inside 3D Printing Conference and Expo
on January 28, 2015 in Singapore, China. The annual event is the leading business-to-business trade show for the 3D printing industry.
Cantor Colburn is one of the leading intellectual property (IP) law firms in the U.S., uniquely positioned to help clients who have embraced such innovative additive manufacturing technologies as 3D printing to protect their valuable IP assets and avoid infringing on the rights of others. Mr. Cass, a seasoned IP litigator, co-chairs Cantor Colburn’s Additive Manufacturing Practice Group
, one of the first such practice groups in the country.
“The relative ease of 3D printing makes client innovations especially vulnerable to counterfeiting,” said Mr. Cass. “Our team members are proficient in advanced technologies, and have academic credentials in disciplines ranging from mechanical and electrical engineering to computer science, metallurgy, and organic chemistry, and we have a thorough understanding of IP laws. We can help clients defend and enforce IP rights worldwide.” About Cantor Colburn LLP
Cantor Colburn is one of the largest full-service intellectual property law firms in the country, with growing offices in Hartford, Washington, D.C., Atlanta, Houston, and Detroit. Cantor Colburn is nationally ranked in litigation, patents, and trademarks. In 2014, the firm and its attorneys have received numerous accolades, including being ranked 10th out of the U.S. patent law firms (IP Today) and being awarded Litigation Department of the Year – Intellectual Property (Connecticut Law Tribune). Cantor Colburn’s clients are among the leading companies around the world, including Fortune 100 companies, privately-held companies, select high tech start-ups, and universities. For more information, go to www.cantorcolburn.com
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