Canon Asks for More Infringing Cartridges to be Removed
Canon Inc. (Canon) claims it filed a Report Infringement Form with Amazon.com.au based on the alleged infringement of claim 28 of its Australian Patent Number AU2007205464. This is in regards to cartridge model CE410A, CF380X, CF380A, CF381A, CF382A and CF383A offered by junbsao under ASINs (Amazon Standard Identification Numbers) B07X7ZBPJV and B07VH57VBK.
After receipt of the Report Infringement Form, Amazon said it took down the respective products. These products are compatible with the OEM HP cartridge models and provide a non-OEM housing and a non-OEM force receiving device according to claim 28 of AU2007205464.
On the same day, the Canon said it filed Report Infringement Forms with Amazon UK based on the alleged use of claims 1 and 2 of the UK portion of Canon’s European Patent EP 1 977 289 (“EP ‘289”) regarding the cartridge models CE410A, CE411A and CE412A offered by Indigo Home & Office Ltd. under the ASINs (Amazon Standard Identification Numbers) B00A6U6OCW, B00A6U6OXQ and B00A6U6P6M.
Afterwards, Amazon took down the respective products. These products are compatible with the above OEM HP cartridge models CE410A, CE411A and CE412A and provide inter alia a non-OEM housing and a non-OEM force receiving device according to claim 1 of EP ‘289. Furthermore, they comprise an elastic portion according to claim 2 of EP ‘289.
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This is an ongoing tactic that Canon must do to protect its IP rights on behalf of itself as well as HP. It is more diligent than other OEMs in this regard. If you have a comment on this story, “Canon Asks for More Infringing Cartridges to be Removed” please add them below.