“We Will Fight Canon!” US Patent Attorney Representing China Clone Ind

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“We Will Fight Canon!” US Patent Attorney Representing China Clone Ind

 news 2018-06-14 at 12:25:46 pm Views: 415
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    “We Will Fight Canon!”
    US Patent Attorney Representing China's Clone Toner Industry.

    CHALLENGE MADE IN MEXICO: WE WILL FIGHT

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    “We Will Fight Canon!” says one US patent attorney reflecting on the scores of lawsuits issued by the printer OEM to distributors of aftermarket printer cartridges. “Canon’s patents should be invalidated. They cannot be allowed to continue to broaden the base of their patent claims indefinitely.”

    The bold confrontation was made at the summit during the third imaging supplies expo to be held in Cancun, Mexico. The RT Imaging Expo & Summit caught organisers, exhibitors and visitors by surprise with one visitor reserving a booth for the next year’s event.

    Gary Hnath—partner of the highly respected US law firm, Mayer Brown—joined Merritt Blakeslee—international trade and intellectual property lawyer specializing in patent litigation at the U.S. International Trade Commission (USITC)—in a panel discussion on the industry’s hottest issue for 2018. Both have clients that are respondents in the “Canon dongle gear” suit before the US International Trade Commission. Tricia Judge, executive director of the Imaging Technology Council joined them on the panel. Judge urged the summit attendees to consider remanufactured cartridges as the “safe” alternative for the aftermarket. The Canon dongle gear lawsuits are already having an impact upon China, Canada, Mexico and the rest of the LATAM region as well as the USA.
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