In March 2018, the ITC announced that it was initiating a patent-infringement investigation on behalf of Canon Inc. against a number of sellers of after-market third-party toner cartridges.
Last week, we reported how the California-based division of third-party toner-maker Aster Graphics filed a defamation lawsuit against Steven Giannetta and several un-named persons.
Just in time for Small Business Week, which runs from May 5 to 11, Canon U.S.A. has launched new Color imageCLASS MFPs for small and mid-size businesses.
Canon Inc. of Tokyo, Japan, today announced that the decision of the Moscow Arbitration Court was upheld by the Ninth...
Canon projects full-year 2019 consolidated net sales of 3,850.0 billion yen, a
year-over-year decline of 2.6 percent.
In its continuing quest to eliminate unauthorized third-party toner cartridges for sale on Amazon, on April 12th, Canon Inc. of...
Canon U.S.A. also announced today that it’s expanding the PRISMAsync Print Server Family by introducing the PRISMAsync Print Server V7 and PRISMAsync Print Server LP.
Canon Inc. of Tokyo, Japan, continued its strategy of seeking to remove third-party toner cartridges designed for use with Canon...
Canon Inc. of Tokyo, Japan, today announced it’s concluded a patent infringement lawsuit against FTrade Inc., which does business under...
By adding “share to print” support for Microsoft Office documents, Mopria Print Service enables enterprise users to print high quality files without having to install large productivity apps on mobile devices.
In March 2018, the ITC had announced that it was initiating a patent-infringement investigation on behalf of Canon Inc. against a number of sellers of after-market third-party toner cartridges.
This week in Canon Inc.’s continuing battle against third-party toner cartridges designed for use in HP laser printers, it announced a new patent-infringement lawsuit, as well as new injunctions and new Amazon cartridge take-downs.
Fresh off a key patent-infringement defeat at the hands of the U.S. International Trade Commission, Canon requested Amazon to remove multiple aftermarket toner cartridges from its Web site.
“We respect (the) IP rights of others and we also request ours to be respected.”
Court ruling is a blow for Canon, as USITC rules against it.
“Our stance from the very beginning of this was that our solution, marketed as SafeDrive, was just that – safe.”