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Epson vs. Mills Computer Products at high court
Jasper Huitink : October 5th 2005 - 22:22 CET
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EpsonEpson vs. Mills Computer Products at high court : Following the recent settlement of legal action taken in the United States against the suppliers of Print Rite branded printer cartridges, Seiko Epson Corporation has started High Court proceedings in England against Mills Computer Products (International) Limited, an importer of Print Rite branded cartridges in the UK. Seiko Epson Corporation has started these proceedings to stop the importation and supply of Epson compatible printer cartridges that infringe its patents. Environmental Business Products Limited already said in a case earlier this year they will stop producing cartridges that infringe Seiko Epson Corporation's patent, and a substantial payment in respect of damage.
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The action against Mills Computer Products (International) Limited follows similar actions, taken recently by Epson against manufacturers and importers of Epson compatible cartridges, for enforcing its intellectual property rights. The most recent case to conclude was brought earlier this year against Environmental Business Products Limited and which resulted in Environmental Business Products Limited agreeing to stop importing and supplying Epson compatible cartridges.

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At the time, Mr Pat Stead, the Managing Director of Environmental Business Products Limited said: “We have ceased importing and supplying Epson compatible cartridges because we are not confident of finding Epson compatibles that do not infringe one or more of Seiko Epson’s patents or registered designs.”

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