Canon Inc. and Turbon AG, Turbon Europe GmbH, as well as Michael Pages (Managing Member of the Board of Directors...
Category: Legal Proceedings
In April, we reported how the California-based division of aftermarket third-party toner manufacturer Aster Graphics, which is headquartered in China,...
Canon Inc. of Tokyo, Japan, reported today that it’s appealed the U.S. International Trade Commission’s final determination terminating Investigation No. 337-TA-1106,...
Canon Inc. of Tokyo, Japan, announced that it had filed three Amazon requests to remove unauthorized third-party toner supplies from...
Aside from announcing it would appeal the U.S. International Trade Commission’s affirmation of non patent infringement, Canon also announced various activities related to removing non-Canon toner cartridges and supplies from the marketplace.
The legal battle continues between Canon, Ninestar, Static Control, and some other makers of non-OEM toner cartridges and supplies.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Court ruling is a blow for Canon, as USITC rules against it.
The lawsuit alleges violations of Sections 10(b) and 20(a) of the U.S. Securities Exchange Act of 1934.
A Manhattan federal judge has rejected Xerox’s request to dismiss Fujifilm’s $1 billion lawsuit against Xerox, stating that one of Xerox’s arguments was “thoroughly unpersuasive.”
Salespeople’s portion of the settlement will be based on the last 30 days of their salary and other variables.