Canon Is About To Pounce On All Chinese Toner Cloner Sellers In Canada

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Canon Is About To Pounce On All Chinese Toner Cloner Sellers In Canada

 news 2018-04-12 at 12:49:18 pm Views: 1223
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    Canon Is About To Pounce On All Chinese Toner Cloner Sellers In Canada.
    Time Is of the Essence For Canadian Dealers And Distributors Of Chinese Counterfeit New Built Toners, Time To Dump Your China Stock Before You Are Caught Up In A Million-Dollar Mess To Defend Your Company.
     

    Once again Tonernews.com Is privy to some pretty serious information, Canon has just filled a monumental 255 page amendment For Canadian patent, (we have the amendment in our possession) The attached amendment includes an unheard of 1,006 patent claims (~20 is the norm) that also include 8 of the 9 patents that Canon has asserted against new build compatible Chinese manufacturers before the U.S. International Trade Commission.   
     
    In reviewing the file history of the application, the Canadian patent examiner has not found any prior art references that would prevent these claims from issuing as a Canadian patent in the coming month. Canadian examiners have also been known to essentially “rubber stamp” claims that have already been allowed in the U.S. It is safe to assume Canon is about to obtain patent protection in Canada that is virtually identical to what it has in the U.S..
     
    The cost to prepare and file an a mendment of this size (1,006 patents) is enormous. Given the timing of its submission just before the U.S. lawsuits were filed, the most plausible conclusion is that Canon is gearing up to begin a Canadian enforcement campaign similar to what it has launched in the U.S. any day now.