When we wrote back in November 2013 about 3D Printing and Product Liability Law, we predicted that the 3D printing revolution “will challenge our long-held notions of product liability law and the common assumptions made regarding the liability of various entities in the chain of distribution.” Our blog challenged the reader to think about who the manufacturer would be under the make-believe fact scenario we posed for an injury allegedly caused by a 3D-printed product.
Amy Baker focuses her practice on product liability, medical device and pharmaceuticals litigation, and professional malpractice. She has experience in defending and prosecuting intellectual property litigation, including copyright, patent and trademark infringement along with related causes of action under state law. Amy enjoys handling technically challenging and complex litigation, and defending matters that are factually and procedurally intricate. Amy has successfully tried several cases to verdict on behalf of a variety of companies.