Mental Capacity Law in Contract and Property Matters

Image via Shutterstock By Jaime Lindsey and Benjamin O’Connell Mental capacity law could impact all of us at some point in our lives. When a person’s decision-making capacity becomes impaired, it can lead to a best interests decision being taken on their behalf under the Mental Capacity Act 2005. A best interests decision could be … Continue reading Mental Capacity Law in Contract and Property Matters

Licensing System for 3D Printing in China

Source: PxFuel James Griffin (Associate Professor, University of Exeter), Onyeka Osuji (Professor, University of Essex), and Hing Kai Chan (Professor, Nottingham University Business School China) have developed a digital watermarking technology that enables the tracking and tracing of 3D Printing (3DP) content, from its creation through to its destruction. A watermark is embedded into creative … Continue reading Licensing System for 3D Printing in China