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World Peace and Freedom

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SAM★INK® Hopes World Peace and Freedom

 

SAM★INK® is the world's leading ISO9001 nanotechnology inkjet ink innovator established in 2001.  Working passionately for 15 years in search of a peaceful and free society, our sponsors of 30,000 customers in over 150 countries have supported our research and development to produce 4,000 liters of inks every day.  A society of sign-experts, wide-format printers, and graphic-artists have found the freedom to grow with our eco-solvent, mild-solvent, and latex inks.

 

Freedom of Choice

Printer makers cannot legally require customers to purchase supplies exclusively from them.  Such "tying agreement" is unlawful and violates provisions of the Sherman and Clayton Antitrust Acts and the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Improvement Act.

 

In 1936

In a landmark 1936 case, the Supreme Court ruled that IBM could not terminate a customer's data processing machine lease if the customer chose to use tabulating cards from other manufacturers.  The more recent Magnuson-Moss Warranty Improvement Act title 15, Section 2303 specifically prohibits a manufacturer from conditioning a written or implied warranty on the use of its own branded products except under very restrictive circumstances.

 

In 2013

2013-September.  Collins Inkjet filed in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Ohio, alleges that Kodak engaged in anticompetitive conduct by illegally tying the sale of Kodak print heads to the sale of Kodak inks, as well as unfair competition and deceptive practices due to statements Kodak made about the characteristics of the two firm's inks.

Tying the purchase of Kodak printer spare parts to Kodak's inks is a violation of the federal Sherman Antitrust Act.

2014-March-10th.  United States District Court for the Southern District of Ohio Federal Judge Michael Ryan Barrett ruled in favor of Collins Inkjet and granted an injunction against Kodak.

2015-March.  Kodak appealed to her home state of New York but ... New York Sixth Circuit Judge John M. Rogers again ruled in favor of Collins Inkjet and upheld the injunction against Kodak.

 

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