Unified requirements for food inks would save time and money

In the past decade, the market for food inks has constantly grown as more and more packaging printers are using inks that are made especially for food packaging. This makes sense, as the number of regulations and customer demands are also increasing. But as if this wasn’t difficult enough, the process is complicated by the fact that no unified European, let alone worldwide, legislation exists.

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3D printing: Patents could make it difficult for start-ups to enter the industry

The more people get involved in 3D printing, the faster this technology can become as common as 2D printers. But as always, IP law cannot keep pace with these new technologies. To help companies tackle this challenge, Christopher Higgins, Managing Associate at the global law firm Orrick, has developed a special expertise in in 3D printing and additive manufacturing technologies.

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