Dr. Andreas Leupold is well-known in business and specialist circles as a leading legal consultant and lawyer in the areas of IT, IoT, Data Protection, Media and Entertainment as well as 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing (AM).
His consulting consistently follows the economic targets and plans of the companies he advises. In addition to decades of legal experience and expert knowledge in the area of information technologies, his skills are enhanced by his tried and tested knowledge in project and risk management. On the basis of this he draws up project- and interest-oriented contracts, which provide his clients with legal, plan and cost security.
3D Printing: Law, Business & Technology of Industrial 3D Printing
This manual offers a holistic approach to the topic of 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing with a focus on the legal questions connected with this Experts from the industry, e.g. from companies such as Airbus, Linde AG, Allianz, Deutsche Bahn (German Railway) and voestalpine, as well as experts from the law, research and technology have participated in this manual published by Dr. Andreas Leupold and Silke Glossner, in order to provide the readers with a practical and well-founded overview of industrial 3D printing. The foreword to the book has been written by the internationally recognized 3D printing expert and consultant, Terry Wohlers from Wohlers Associates, Inc.
Publisher and co-author of the Munich Attorney's Manual IT-Law, C.H. Beck (3rd edition)
Leupold/Glossner (presently available only in the German language)
From practical experience the authors know that an understable and easily readable manual is needed for IT law: lawyers, who want to keep pace with the speedy developments, need easily comprehendible and quick information.
My new book: Leupold/Glossner Additive Manufacturing and Rapid Manufacturing, Legal Framework and business challenges ( „3D Druck – Additive Fertigung und Rapid Manufacturing
Rechtlicher Rahmen und unternehmerische Herausforderung”) - presently only available in the German language)
With many illustrations and practice examples from various industries like the automotive, aerospace, clothing and textile and medical industries this compact guide offers CEOs, Division Directors and Area Managers in companies an overview of the technical basics and legal challenges of industrial 3D printing that is understandable without previous knowledge. At the same time, it presents the chances for business and business models that are possible using additive manufacturing.