Canon's $4.4M Win In Toner Patent Case Left Untouched

Law360, New York (November 14, 2017, 6:14 PM EST) -- A Georgia federal judge on Tuesday let stand a $4.4 million verdict against a toner company and plastic manufacturer accused by Canon Inc. of violating its ink toner bottle patent, saying the jury’s infringement findings and damage award were reasonably supported by the evidence.

Despite arguing “everything but the kitchen sink to persuade the court to reverse, vacate or modify” the federal jury’s June verdict, Color Imaging Inc. and General Plastic Industrial Co. Ltd. were unable to persuade U.S. District Judge Amy Totenberg that no reasonable jury could have found that they directly and willfully infringed Canon’s patent or induced and...

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