Canon Wins Toner-Cartridge Patent-Infringement Suit Against Nectron
Canon Inc. of Tokyo reports that it’s successfully concluded a patent-infringement lawsuit against Nectron International, Inc. in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York. The case involved toner cartridges and photosensitive drum units sold for use in Canon and Hewlett-Packard laser printers.
To resolve the lawsuit, Nectron has stipulated to a Consent Judgment and Permanent Injunction from the Southern District of New York, which prohibits it from making, using, selling, and offering for sale in the United States, and from importing into the United States, the toner cartridges and photosensitive drum units that Canon accused of infringing its U.S. Patent Nos. 8,135,304, 8,280,278, 8,369,744, 8,433,219, 8,437,669, 8,494,411, 8,565,640, 8,630,564, 8,676,085, 8,676,090, 8,682,215, and 8,688,008.
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