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Defendants led by NineStar, the Chinese manufacturer of ink jet cartridge compatible with Epson printers, fired off a series of summary judgment motions attacking several of the Epson patents. Most of these motions pertain to claim construction whereby NineStar is seeking to have claim terms...
Defendants led by NineStar, the Chinese manufacturer of ink jet cartridges compatible with Epson printers, fired off a series of summary judgment motions attacking several of the Epson patents. Most of these motions pertain to claim construction whereby NineStar is seeking to have claim terms...
The parties have filed a joint claim construction statement in advance of the upcoming Markman hearings. Previously Epson had reduced the number of asserted patents from eighteen to four: U.S. Patent Nos. 5,622,439 ("the '439 patent"), 5,158,377 ("the '377 patent"),...
Epson continues to aggressively assert its patents against manufacturers and resellers of inkjet cartridges, but some of the defendants are fighting back. In its Second Amended Answer (pdf), Ninestar - or more precisely Defendants Ninestar Image Co. Ltd. (now known as Ninestar Technology Co.,...
Epson Inkjet Case Not Transferred: Green Project Fails To Persuade Court to Transfer Case to California
In Seiko Epson v. Abacus 24-7 , et al., (No. 3:08-cv-00452-BR), defendants Green Project, Inc. and Joseph Wu moved to sever Epson’s patent infringement claim and its own counterclaims from the remainder of this case and transfer to the United States District Court for the Central District of...