July 20, 2021
The United States International Trade Commission (USITC) has terminated their investigation and issued consent orders for GPI, Katun and Sun Data Supply in the investigation number 337-TA-1259, filed by Canon.
In April 2021, the USITC announced it will conduct investigations into Canon’s complaint that 26 companies are infringing one or more of their imageRUNNER patents.
Earlier in June Static, Ninestar and others terminated their involvement in the ITC investigation.
The investigation is regarding “Certain toner supply containers and components thereof” and the investigation number is 337-TA-1259.
Canon asserts the following patents have been infringed: 8,565,649; 9,354,551; 9,753,402; 10,209,667; 10,289,060; 10,289,061; 10,295,957; 10,488,814; 10,496,032; 10,496,033; 10,514,654; 10,520,881; and 10,520,882.
The patents relate to the Canon imageRUNNER copier series and the following toner supply containers: GPR-51, GPR-52, GPR-53, GPR-53/GPR-53L, GPR-55/GPR-55L, GPR-57, GPR-58 and GPR-62.
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