Pre-Conference Workshop

3D Printing 101

Jun 13, 2018 1:30pm – 5:00pm

Speakers

David L. Bourell, Ph.D
Temple Foundation Professor
University of Texas at Austin (Austin, TX)

Bartholomew N. Briggs
Senior R&D Engineer Engineering Excellence
Newell Brands (Charlotte, NC)

Day 1 - Thursday, June 14, 2018

7:00
Main Conference Registration Begins
8:00
OPENING REMARKS
8:15
STATE OF THE INDUSTRY – EXPLORING THE CURRENT BUSINESS TRENDS IN 3D PRINTING
9:15
ANALYZING THE 3D PRINTING REGULATORY LANDSCAPE
10:15
Networking Break
10:30
DEVELOPING STANDARDS FOR 3D PRINTING
11:30
IN-HOUSE ROUND TABLE – BEST PRACTICES FOR IDENTIFYING AND OVERCOMING REGULATORY CHALLENGES
12:30
Lunch for conference attendees
1:45
PATENT PROTECTION FOR THE 3D PRINTED PART: OVERCOMING CURRENT CHALLENGES WHEN PATENTING DIGITAL PRODUCTS
2:45
Networking Break
3:00
TRADEMARK AND COPYRIGHT 3D PRINTING ISSUES: FROM INFRINGEMENT TO PROTECTION
4:00
DETERMINING THE BUSINESS AND LEGAL ACTIONS AVAILABLE TO COMBAT INFRINGEMENT
4:45
MINIMIZING 3D PRINTING CYBER SECURITY AND EXPORT CONTROL RISKS
5:45
COCKTAIL RECEPTION SPONSORED BY

Day 2 - Friday, June 15, 2018

7:15
Continental Breakfast
8:00
CO-CHAIRS’ OPENING REMARKS AND RECAP OF DAY 1
8:15
3D PRINTING POTENTIAL PRODUCT LIABILITY ISSUES
9:15
DEVELOPING SUCCESSFUL STRATEGIES FOR MITIGATING PRODUCT LIABILITY RISK
10:00
Networking Break
10:15
UNDERSTANDING THE IMPACT OF 3D PRINTING ON INSURANCE: ARE YOU COVERED?
11:15
AN OPEN FORUM ON WHAT COMES NEXT IN THE REALM OF 3D PRINTING?
12:15
MAIN CONFERENCE CONCLUDES

Post-Conference Workshop

An In-Depth Drive Into The Use of 3D Printing For Medical Technology

Jun 15, 2018 1:30pm – 4:30pm

Speakers

Andrew Campbell
Partner
Faegre Baker Daniels LLP (Indianapolis, IN)

Kenneth Church
President
NScrypt (Orlando, FL)

Paul Gadiock
Senior Attorney
Arent Fox LLP (Washington, D.C.)

Day 1 - Thursday, June 14, 2018

7:00
Main Conference Registration Begins
8:00
OPENING REMARKS
8:15
STATE OF THE INDUSTRY – EXPLORING THE CURRENT BUSINESS TRENDS IN 3D PRINTING

Mark Cotteleer
Managing Director Center for Integrated Research
Deloitte (Milwaukee, WI)

Scott Schiller
Global Head of Market Development
HP 3D Printing (Vancouver, WA.)

In this thought provoking session, business leaders will share their vision of how 3D printing will revolutionize manufacturing and why this technology is a key part of the next industrial revolution! You will obtain an in-depth look at the drivers, restraints, and opportunities expected to impact 3D printing’s market growth. They will also share their perspective on the current trends and future of 3D printing.

9:15
ANALYZING THE 3D PRINTING REGULATORY LANDSCAPE

Maya Eckstein
Partner
Hunton & Williams LLP (Richmond, VA)

Joseph Mohorovic
Senior Consultant Troutman Sanders (Chicago, IL)
(Former Commissioner of the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission)

Scott Winkelman
Partner
Crowell & Moring LLP (Washington, D.C.)

  • What is the global 3D printing regulatory landscape?
  • Which US governmental regulatory bodies address 3D printing?
  • What US regulations govern when 3D printing products in the consumer, medical, automotive, aerospace and defense/fire arms markets among others?
  • Analyzing the recent FDA guidelines for 3D printed medical devices

10:15
Networking Break
10:30
DEVELOPING STANDARDS FOR 3D PRINTING

David L. Bourell, Ph.D
Temple Foundation Professor
University of Texas at Austin (Austin, TX)

John S. Gibson
Partner
Crowell & Moring LLP (Orange County, CA)

Mohsen Seifi, Ph.D.
Director, Global Additive Manufacturing Programs
ASTM International (Washington, D.C.)

  • What standards bodies are creating new standards for 3D printing?
  • What standards currently exist for 3D printing?
  • What standards are being developed and how can companies get involved?
  • What are the risks and benefits for creating brand new 3D printing standards?

11:30
IN-HOUSE ROUND TABLE – BEST PRACTICES FOR IDENTIFYING AND OVERCOMING REGULATORY CHALLENGES

Paul Coletti
Associate Patent Counsel
Johnson and Johnson (New Brunswick, NJ)

Martin Galese
General Counsel
Formlabs (Cambridge, MA)

Jon Dickinson
Vice President, Head of Global Government Relations
HP Inc. (Palo Alto, CA)

During this session, executives from leading companies will discuss the strategies they implement in working through regulatory challenge, uncertainties and/or opportunities when bringing a 3D printer solution or 3D printed product to market. This discussion will focus on the process used to impact new regulations, meet current regulations, or operate in the absence of regulations.

12:30
Lunch for conference attendees
1:45
PATENT PROTECTION FOR THE 3D PRINTED PART: OVERCOMING CURRENT CHALLENGES WHEN PATENTING DIGITAL PRODUCTS

Elizabeth D. Ferrill
Partner
Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner LLP (Washington, D.C.)

Christopher Higgins
Attorney
Orrick, Herrington, & Sutcliffe, LLP (Washington D.C.)

  • 3D printing patent overview
  • Patent protection for 3D printing digital files and printed parts
  • Patent enforcement challenges in the 3D printing space
  • Alternatives to patent protection for 3D printing IP

2:45
Networking Break
3:00
TRADEMARK AND COPYRIGHT 3D PRINTING ISSUES: FROM INFRINGEMENT TO PROTECTION

Valerie Goo
Partner
Crowell & Moring LLP (Los Angeles, CA)

Carolyn Knecht
Associate General Counsel
HP Inc. (Palo Alto, CA)

  • 3D printing copyright and trademark overview
  • Copyright protection for 3D printing digital files and printed parts
  • DMCA enforcement for 3D printing digital files
  • Impact of open source on 3D printing digital files

4:00
DETERMINING THE BUSINESS AND LEGAL ACTIONS AVAILABLE TO COMBAT INFRINGEMENT

Vann Pearce
Attorney
Orrick, Herrington, & Sutcliffe, LLP (Washington, D.C.)

Ira M. Schwartz
Partner
Parker Schwartz PLLC (Phoenix, AZ)

Bryan Vogel
Partner
Robins Kaplan LLP (New York, NY)

  • Digital, chemical, and physical watermarking and anticounterfeiting techniques
  • Offensive use of IP
  • Creating business solutions to stop piracy and infringement before it starts

4:45
MINIMIZING 3D PRINTING CYBER SECURITY AND EXPORT CONTROL RISKS

Anthony V. Capobianco
Partner
Hogan Lovells US LLP (Washington, D.C.)

Jonathon Heinonen
Corporate Counsel
Stratasys (Eden Prairie, MN)

  • Mitigating cyber security risks with 3D printing
  • Global trade export controls impacting 3D printing
  • Latest on Supreme Court’s denial of certiorari in Defense Distributed v. State

5:45
COCKTAIL RECEPTION SPONSORED BY

Day 2 - Friday, June 15, 2018

7:15
Continental Breakfast
8:00
CO-CHAIRS’ OPENING REMARKS AND RECAP OF DAY 1
8:15
3D PRINTING POTENTIAL PRODUCT LIABILITY ISSUES

James Beck
Senior Life Sciences Policy Analyst
Reed Smith LLP (Philadelphia, PA)

Dimple Desai Shah
Partner
Bowman and Brooke LLP (Dallas, TX)

Stephen G.A. Myers
Member
Irwin Fritchie Urquhart & Moore, LLC (New Orleans, LA)

  • What theories of liability can be used to bring product liability lawsuits?
  • Who will be liable when an injury occurs from a 3D printed product?
  • What are the potential defenses?
  • How can companies reduce their product liability risk?

9:15
DEVELOPING SUCCESSFUL STRATEGIES FOR MITIGATING PRODUCT LIABILITY RISK

Patrick J. Comerford
Partner
Smith Robertson LLP (Austin, TX)

Jennifer Prioleau
Division Counsel
HP Inc. (New York, NY)

Farah Tabibkhoei
Associate
Reed Smith LLP (Los Angeles, CA)

  • Identifying risks created by 3D printing – risks of the contracting party, application and 3D printed part
  • Determining who controls the design and manufacture of the 3D printed part
  • Why apportioning risks in contract is imperative in 3D printing deals?
  • Deep dive on the key contractual tools to Mitigate 3D printing product liability risk

10:00
Networking Break
10:15
UNDERSTANDING THE IMPACT OF 3D PRINTING ON INSURANCE: ARE YOU COVERED?

Lili Beneda Rubenstein
Senior Complex Claims Director
AIG Aerospace Insurance Services, Inc. (New York, NY)

Stephen Foresta
Partner
Orrick, Herrington, & Sutcliffe, LLP (New York, NY)

Robert Weireter
Vice President Senior Treaty Underwriter
Swiss Re American Holding Corporation (Armonk, NY)

  • Are you covered? Does existing insurance cover players and products in the 3D printing ecosystem?
  • How does coverage for 3D printing players and products alter from traditional manufacturing?
  • Understanding the mechanics of a 3D printing claim
  • Best practices for resolving conflicts when the company’s interests clash with the interests of the insurer

11:15
AN OPEN FORUM ON WHAT COMES NEXT IN THE REALM OF 3D PRINTING?

John S. Gibson
Partner
Crowell & Moring LLP (Orange County, CA)

Christopher Higgins
Attorney
Orrick, Herrington, & Sutcliffe, LLP (Washington D.C.)

Jennifer Prioleau
Division Counsel
HP Inc. (New York, NY)

During this final session, conference co-chairs will lead an open floor discussion with attendees to recap the conference’s main themes and takeaways over the past two days. Attendees are encouraged to participate with questions and ideas on the steps to consider to navigate future regulatory & standards paths, protect data & IP, mitigate product liability risk, help business clients stay ahead of the curve and accelerate 3D printing.

12:15
MAIN CONFERENCE CONCLUDES

3D Printing 101

Jun 13, 2018 1:30pm – 5:00pm

David L. Bourell, Ph.D
Temple Foundation Professor
University of Texas at Austin (Austin, TX)

Bartholomew N. Briggs
Senior R&D Engineer Engineering Excellence
Newell Brands (Charlotte, NC)

What is it about?

This pre-conference workshop is geared to provide a solid foundation for those new to 3D printing or for those that need a deeper understanding.

  • 3D Printing Technology Overview:
    • What is 3D printing and how does it work?
    • What are the different types of 3D printing technologies?
    • How is 3D printing different than traditional manufacturing?
  • Benefits and Applications of 3D Printing:
    • Where is 3D printing being used today?
    • What are the benefits of 3D printing?
    • How big is the 3D printing market and what are the projections for the future?
  • 3D Printing Technology Deep Dive:
    • Digital File
    • 3D Printer: Hardware & Software
    • Materials
  • 3D Printing Ecosystem:
    • What countries are leading in 3D printing?
    • Who are the leading 3D printing industry players?
    • How to determine the appropriate 3D printing technology?
  • Transforming the Manufacturing Industry:
    • What is needed to implement 3D printing in R&D process?
    • What is the cost of 3D printing?
    • What is the impact to systems & supply chain?

An In-Depth Drive Into The Use of 3D Printing For Medical Technology

Jun 15, 2018 1:30pm – 4:30pm

Andrew Campbell
Partner
Faegre Baker Daniels LLP (Indianapolis, IN)

Kenneth Church
President
NScrypt (Orlando, FL)

Paul Gadiock
Senior Attorney
Arent Fox LLP (Washington, D.C.)

What is it about?

With recent major medical breakthroughs utilizing 3D printing technologies, complicated business and legal challenges have arisen. Points of discussion for this in-depth session will focus on:

  • 3D Printed Medical Devices:
    • Exploring the pathway for approval created by the current FDA standards for 3D printed medical devices
    • Risks involved in custom printing a medical device to fit a patient with an abnormality
    • Discussing the strategies used by hearing aid and dental implant companies in overcoming challenges
  • 3D Printed Pharmaceuticals:
    • Reviewing the FDA’s approval of Levetiracetam
    • Understanding the risks in tailoring pharmaceuticals through 3DP
    • Protecting against counterfeit 3D products
  • 3D Bio Printing:
    • Ethical considerations resulting from the use of 3DP organs
    • What are the risks in bio-printing allowing for the creation of organs to advance drug testing?
    • Ensuring the 3DP medical models used to practice surgery are accurate
  • Avoiding the risks:
    • What are the liability, negligence, and medical malpractice risks involved?
    • Must a hospital set up a separate manufacturing entity when printing drugs/devices for liability purposes?