TOKYO, July 15, 2020—Canon Inc. today announced the filing of an infringement report with Amazon.com seeking the removal of Amazon.com listings for certain toner cartridges sold by NineLeafToner for use in HP laser beam printers.
Canon's infringement report alleged that certain model CE505A, CE505X, CE255X and CF280A toner cartridges sold by SuperInkToner via Amazon.com infringed Canon's U.S. Patent Nos. 8,280,278; 8,630,564; 8,682,215; 8,688,008; and 8,676,090. Canon requested that Amazon remove SuperInkToner's listings for those products, namely, SuperInkToner's listings with Amazon Standard Identification Numbers ("ASINs") B07N1H44QW, B07N1HSWCJ, B06Y5RFLR1, B07MGR8G3J, B07WCMZ7FV, B07MD5LFDG, B07N1GSKFP, B07WD35VWL, B07N1H6D81, B07WF6RWRG, B07N1HGPC7, B07WF6S2TW, B07WG72SZX, B07MZTCJ6P, B07KR5B9K1, B07ZKRC6SX, B07ZKSFGZF, B07ZKV75Y8, B07ZKVRC33, B07ZKWH6SC, B07Y561WV2, B07Y538YKN, B07Y55JLQN, B07Y54SF1J and B07Y562XKH.
At the time of this announcement, the above-identified NineLeafToner listings were no longer available on Amazon.com.
Throughout the development, sales and marketing process, Canon respects the intellectual property of other companies and individuals and expects others to similarly respect Canon's intellectual property rights. Canon remains committed to pursuing legal enforcement against those who do not respect Canon's intellectual property.