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HP ink patent infringement suit against Pelikan
Ralf Jurrien : August 17th 2007 - 19:18 CET
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HPHP ink patent infringement suit against Pelikan : HP announced that Pelikan Hardcopy Deutschland GmbH and the Swiss Pelikan Hardcopy (International) AG have admitted claims asserted by HP in an action for patent infringement filed with the Düsseldorf Regional Court in Germany. Based on this admission, the court issued a judgment ordering Pelikan to stop importing and distributing the infringing cartridges and to pay damages to HP. Pelikan also was ordered to recall all infringing products that might still be in the distribution channel. In May, HP alleged that Pelikan infringed multiple HP patents related to the print cartridges and the ink formulation found in Pelikan products. Pelikan has admitted HP’s claims.
Patent infringement
The accused Pelikan products were new cartridges, as opposed to remanufactured, and had been sourced from a third party and imported into Germany. They were sold under the Pelikan brand and designated as H06 and H08 color cartridges. “At HP, we take our investment in intellectual property very seriously and are pleased to resolve this matter without extensive litigation,” said Michael Hoffmann, senior vice president, Supplies, Imaging and Printing Group, HP. “We will remain vigilant in monitoring Pelikan and others for possible patent infringement as part of our ongoing worldwide testing and enforcement efforts.”

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Pelikan patent infringement
Pelikan’s admission of patent infringement comes just weeks after HP resolved another patent infringement lawsuit against Germany-based InkTec GmbH Zentrale and PCE Group. In that case, two InkTec entities and the PCE Group admitted to infringement and the validity of the HP patents in suit, agreed to pay HP an undisclosed sum and to stop selling infringing inks in Germany and other countries where such patents are held, and promised to withdraw infringing products from the market in those countries.

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HP focuses on simplifying technology experiences for all of its customers - from individual consumers to the largest businesses. With a portfolio that spans printing, personal computing, software, services and IT infrastructure, HP is among the world’s largest IT companies, with revenue totaling $97.1 billion for the four fiscal quarters ended April 30, 2007.





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