The legal battle continues between Canon, Ninestar, Static Control, and some other makers of non-OEM toner cartridges and supplies.
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Last month, Canon had filed a petition to reverse a key ruling issued by the ITC in March 2019 that non-OEM toner cartridges designed for use in HP laser printers and sold by three companies, Aster, Ninestar, and Print-Rite, did not infringe on Canon patents.
Advertisements Canon Inc. of Tokyo, Japan, announced today that it filed requests with Amazon seeking to remove third-party toner cartridges...
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.
The lawsuit was filed this week in the Superior Court of California, County of Orange, and alleges trade libel, defamation, and false light.
Back in 2016, HP had also filed a printer-supplies patent-infringement lawsuit in China against Speed Infotech of Shanghai.
Advertisements In its continuing quest to eliminate unauthorized third-party toner cartridges for sale on Amazon, on April 12th, Canon Inc....
Advertisements The printing consumables market in Central Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (CEMA) declined year-on-year in units by 3.2...
In the wake of weaker-than-expected supplies’ revenue, HP Inc. said it will be cracking down on supplies counterfeits.
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...
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.
Epson launched its ReadyInk program in the United States in September 2017, and in August 2018 in the U.K.
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.
Counterfeit cartridges are fraudulently labeled to appear to be the HP brand, but in fact are not. Remanufactured, refilled, or new-built cartridges are not fraudulently labeled. However, all of these non-OEM cartridges may infringe on intellectual-property rights and patents.