An Actionable Intelligence article on the ITC case In the Matter of Certain Toner Cartridges and Components Thereof, published on June 21, states: “In a resounding win for Lexmark, Judge Carl C. Charneski has recommended that the commission issue a general exclusion order, barring the importation and sale within the United States of cartridges, regardless of manufacturer, that infringe the 15 Lexmark patents named in the complaint.” The article is titled “ITC Awards Lexmark General Exclusion Order for Mono Toner Cartridges.”
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Lexmark International Inc. was represented by Banner & Witcoff, Ltd.’s Chicago-based attorneys Timothy C. Meece, V. Bryan Medlock, Matthew P. Becker, Jason S. Shull, and Neil C. Trueman; Banner & Witcoff, Ltd.’s DC-based attorney Christopher B. Roth; and V. James Adduci II, Jamie D. Underwood, Ian A. Taronji, and Katherine R. Lahnstein of Adduci, Mastriani & Schamberg LLP.
Posted: June 24, 2011