ACI and HP Launch the First Legal, Regulatory and Business Conference on 3D Printing

This event will bring together industry leaders to discuss the latest regulatory, IP, and legal issues in 3D printing
NEW YORK - May 3, 2018 - PRLog -- American Conference Institute (ACI), together with HP Inc. (HP), announced today the launch of the Legal, Regulatory, and Business Conference on 3D Printing—a first-of-its-kind event, geared not only to legal and business leaders already in the 3D printing ecosystem, but to all companies wanting to stay ahead of the curve with this disruptive technology and be a part of the next industrial revolution. According to A.T. Kearney, 3D printing, is expected to digitally transform manufacturing as 4 to 6 trillion dollars (USD) of the global economy will be disrupted and redistributed in the next 10 years due to the growth of the industry.The event will take place June 13-15, 2018, in Chicago, IL, and will focus on several key areas, including: the current state of the industry, developing standards for 3D printing, strategies for accelerating 3D printing and overcoming challenges in the regulatory landscape, protecting intellectual property, mitigating potential product liability issues, and a look at what comes next for this rapidly growing and disruptive industry.

The reach and industry relationships built by both ACI and HP will benefit attendees and sponsors alike by presenting unprecedented networking opportunities with all sectors of the 3D printing   spaceand providing a forum for sharing insights and best practices, as well as an arena to explore business opportunities and strategic partnerships with fellow conference-goers.

Chairing this groundbreaking program is Jennifer Prioleau, 3D Printing Division Counsel for HP along with Patrick Comerford, Partner with Smith Robertson LLP. Along with the co-chairs, the speaking faculty will be comprised of key executives and in-house counsel from Fortune 500 companies, as well as leading outside counsel in the 3D printing space. Members of the speaking faculty will include:

·         James Beck, Senior Life Science Policy Analyst with Reed Smith LLP

·         Mark Cotteleer, Managing Director for the Center for Integrated Research with Deloitte

·         Jon Dickinson, Vice President and Head of Global Government Relations with HP

·         Martin Galese, General Counsel with Formlabs

·         Jonathon Heinonen, Corporate Counsel with Stratasys

·         Vann Pearce, Attorney with Orrick, Herrington, & Sutcliffe LLP

·         Mohsen Seifi, Director of Global Additive Manufacturing Programs with ASTM International

"We are excited to lead the development of this exceptional lineup of prominent voices in the 3D printing space in order to deliver an unparalleled experience for conference attendees" noted Prioleau. "This event is truly one of a kind because it discusses all sectors of the 3D printing space in a small, intimate forum. Our speaker faculty truly represents the conference's diversity, allowing us to deliver a premiere networking and educational opportunity to both 3D printing veterans and those first considering the potential of this rapidly growing industry."

The 3D Printing Legal, Regulatory, and Business Conference is intended for executives, counsel, product managers, research and development, sales and marketing, business development professionals at pharmaceutical, medical device, defense, aerospace, automotive, and consumer product companies, outside counsel, and any professional interested in gaining an understanding of the current 3D printing ecosystem.

The full program, including the speaker faculty as well as information about registration and sponsorship opportunities can be viewed at

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