Court Rules for Canon in Patent Lawsuit Against ACM Technologies

Canon’s patent infringement lawsuit against ACM Technologies, Inc., has been concluded in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York. The lawsuit concerns toner cartridges and photosensitive drum units for use in Canon and Hewlett-Packard laser beam printers.

The Southern District of New York handed down a Consent Judgment and Permanent Injunction. According to the decision, ACM is prohibited from making, using, selling or offering for sale in the U.S., and from importing into the U.S., the toner cartridges and photosensitive drum units, which Canon accused of infringing its U.S. Patent Nos. 8,135,304, 8,280,278, 8,369,744, 8,433,219, 8,437,669, 8,494,411, 8,565,640, 8,630,564, 8,676,085, 8,676,090, 8,682,215 and 8,688,008.

Further, Canon declared it “respects the intellectual property of other companies and individuals and expects others to similarly respect Canon’s intellectual property rights.” Also, the OEM noted it “remains committed to pursuing legal enforcement against those who do not respect Canon’s intellectual property.”

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