Samsung Sues Six Clone Toner Distributors In Germany

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Samsung Sues Six Clone Toner Distributors In Germany

 user admin 2014-08-26 at 12:16:15 pm Views: 502
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    Samsung Sues Six  Clone Toner Distributors In Germany 
    NOTE: This Articles was transleted from german to english With Google translate

    Samsung sued again six reseller for infringing Toner
    On July 21, the District Court Munich I adopted at the request of Samsung injunctions against six resellers. The case concerns the sale and distribution of illegal replica toner cartridges – that is newly manufactured, unlicensed, non-original toner cartridges.

    Samsung Electronics has established that different replicas are its toner cartridges in circulation. With the legal action against infringements Samsung not only protects the intellectual property of the company. In addition, it is also intended to protect the rights and interests of the customers and the companies that manufacture and sell environmentally friendly, remanufactured toner cartridges.

    The injunctions in the disputed replica toner cartridges affect the printer series CLP-310 / CLX-3170, CLP-320 / CLX-3180, CLP-365 / CLX-3305, Xpress M2825 / M4025 2875 and ProXpress / 4075th.

    The Reseller concerned may appeal against this court decisions contradiction (Az. 7 O 13885/14, 13919/14 to 7 7 O O 13923/14). The injunctions are based on an infringement of claim 1 of the German part of the European patent Samsung EP 2397914 B1.

    Samsung is well known, had issued in November last year also before the District Court of Munich I injunctions against seven resellers of toner cartridges for infringing toner cartridges. Four of the affected traders had then appealed: HQ cartridges (Seevetal), CMN PrintPool (Hamburg), Kolor Office Supplies (Großneuhausen) and North-Toner (Oststeinbek). The originally scheduled on April 24 trial date has since been postponed twice.