Canon Seeks to Have Third-Party Toner Cartridges Removed from Amazon
On September 7th, Canon Inc. of Tokyo, Japan, reported that it had filed an infringement report with Amazon.com seeking removal of Amazon.com listings for certain toner cartridges sold by Etechwork for use with HP laser printers.
Canon’s infringement report alleged that certain model CF280A toner cartridges sold by Etechwork via Amazon.com infringed Canon’s U.S. Patent Nos. 8,280,278; 8,630,564; 8,682,215; 8,688,008; and 8,676,090. Canon requested that Amazon remove Etechwork’s listings for those products, namely, Etechwork’s listings with Amazon Standard Identification Numbers (“ASINs”) B06X3YZ141 and B06WRVGXY1.
Canon also stated that at the time of the announcement, the Etechwork listings identified above were no longer available on Amazon.com.
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- May 2018: Canon Wins Another Patent-Infringement Consent Judgement
- May 2018: Canon Concludes U.S. Patent-Infringement Lawsuits against CLT Computers and Fairland
- May 2018: Canon Obtains New Patent-Infringement Injunction
- March 2018: U.S. ITC to Investigate Canon’s Patent-Infringement Allegations Against Third-Party Toner-Cartridge Sellers
- February 2018: Canon Files Toner-Cartridge Patent-Infringement Lawsuit Against Kostland
- January 2018: Canon and JT Company Settle Toner-Cartridge Patent Dispute in Germany
- January 2018: Canon Back to Russia to Defend Toner-Cartridge Patent
- December 2017: Canon Granted Preliminary Injunction in Germany for Alleged Toner-Cartridge Patent Infringement