In its continuing global campaign to stop the sale of unauthorized toner cartridges designed for use with HP laser printers, Canon Inc. of Tokyo, Japan, this week announced two key developments.
Tagged: Toner-Cartridge Patent Infringement
Earlier this year, Canon Inc. launched a massive legal offensive against clone toner-cartridge sellers, announcing that it had filed a complaint with the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) against 49 manufacturers, distributors and sellers of third-party clone toner cartridges and imaging drum units, among them, GPC Trading.
Canon Inc. of Tokyo, Japan, today announced that the Seoul Central District Court of South Korea concluded Canon’s patent-dispute lawsuit...
Among the companies that Canon included in its lawsuit were Static Control Components, Ninestar, Aster Graphics, Print-Rite, and others.
The preliminary injunction is based on the infringement of the German portion of Canon’s European patent EP 2 087 407 relating to an imaging drum unit and a process cartridge.
Back in February 28, Canon Inc., Canon U.S.A., and Canon Virginia submitted a patent-infringement complaint to the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) and requested that the ITC issue a general exclusion order and cease-and-desist orders against some 50 companies, including Zeetoner.
Canon Inc. of Tokyo, Japan, today announced the conclusions of two separate patent-infringement lawsuits against CLT Computers, Inc. and Fairland, LLC, involving toner cartridges sold for use in Canon and HP laser printers.
Canon Inc. of Tokyo, Japan, today reported that the District Court Düsseldorf in Germany has granted it a preliminary injunction...
These patent-infringing toner cartridges are designed for for use in various of HP Inc. laser printers.
Canon Inc. of Tokyo, Japan, today announced that it’s concluded its patent-infringement lawsuit against Bluedog Distribution Inc. in the U.S....
Continuing to enforce its imaging-supplies patents across the globe, Canon Inc. of Tokyo, Japan, today announced the conclusion of a patent-infringement lawsuit.
U.S. ITC to Investigate Canon’s Patent-Infringement Allegations Against Third-Party Toner-Cartridge Sellers
Canon filed a patent-infringement lawsuit against Static Control in the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of North Carolina on February 28th, alleging that Static Control’s replacement toner cartridges and imaging drums designed for use in Canon and HP laser printers infringe on Canon’s patents.
The Recycler reported today that it received a statement from Aster Graphics of Southern California in response to Canon Inc.’s recent...
U.S.-based Katun Corporation, which makes third-party clone toner cartridges, recently reassured customers that it isn’t a target of the massive...
The preliminary injunction is based on the infringement of the German portion of Canon’s European patent EP 2 087 407 relating to a drum unit and a process cartridge.
The complaint to the ITC asserts that the companies infringe on Canon’s U.S. Patent Nos. 9,746,826; 9,836,021; 9,841,727; 9,841,728; 9,841,729; 9,857,764; 9,857,765; 9,869,960; and 9,874,846. The toner cartridges and imaging drum units are used in HP laser printers.