Posts tagged: lawsuit

OEMs Continue to Take a Stand against Patent Infringements

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 Dec 16, 2010

Yesterday Seiko Epson announced it had agreed to settle patent infringement lawsuits with Taiwanese ink cartridge manufacturers ULIX and U-Color. The agreement, which was finalized on December 8, was made after the Taiwanese companies accepted Epson’s claims of settlement fees relating to ink cartridge intellectual property rights. Read the full press release here. Read more »

Amazon Loses Round 1 of Print-On Demand Book Lawsuit

Jim Hamilton
 Sep 2, 2009

On August 29th the U.S. District Court in Maine ruled on a motion to dismiss a class action suit brought by BookLocker.com against Amazon.com. BookLocker’s suit claims that Amazon violated federal anti-trust law by tying its own on-line book services with the printing services provided by BookSurge, its wholly owned subsidiary. Amazon had moved to dismiss BookLocker’s suit, but it will move forward except for one motion in its filing. This motion relates to an order “requiring full restitution of all funds acquired from Amazon’s unfair business practices, including disgorgement of revenues and/or profits.” Other parts of the motion that were allowed to move forward include “injunctive relief…enjoining Amazon from continuing or engaging in the unfair and anti-competitive activities”; “damages, penalties, and other monetary relief provided by the Clayton Act…including treble damages”; and the ability of the plaintiff to recover the costs of the lawsuit. Read more »

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