Canon Takes Toner-Cartridge Patent-Infringement Campaign to Russia
Canon Inc. reports that it’s filed a suit for enforcement of its Russian Federation patent 2467370, which relates to toner cartridges. Canon filed the suit with the Moscow City Economic Court against the defendant, X-Com Shop Ltd., a distributing company.
Canon alleges that certain models of toner cartridges sold on the Russian market under the trademarks “CACTUS” and “G&G” by this distributor X-Com Shop infringe on its patent. The firm says the purpose of its lawsuit is to stop the patent-infringement and to collect damages for patent infringement in accordance with Russian law.
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