SANTA ANA — A Costa Mesa copy company, is suing Xerox, alleging patent infringement.
Commercial Copy Innovations Inc. filed a complaint July 5 in U.S. District Court for the Central District of California Southern Division against Xerox Corporation, alleging the defendant directly and/or through its distribution network, placed infringing products or systems within the stream of commerce without the plaintiff's consent.
According to the complaint, Commercial Copy has acquired all rights and title in and to U.S. patent for various products developed by Eastman Kodak Company for the purpose of enforcing the rights embodied therein. The suit says these asserted patents have been copied, manufactured and sold within the stream of commerce without Commercial Copy's its knowledge, authority or consent.
The plaintiff alleges Xerox markets, uses, sells, offers for sale, manufactures, has manufactured, makes, has made, imports, and/or has imported systems or products from the asserted patents of Commercial Copy without its authority, consent and rights or license.
Commercial Copy Innovations seeks trial by jury, payment for damages, costs incurred, pre- and post-judgment interest, attorney fees and all other just and proper relief. It is represented by attorneys H.H. (Shashi) Kewalramani of SHK Legal, APC in Anaheim, and by Jonathan T. Suder, Brett M. Pinkus and Richard A. Wojcio, Jr. of Friedman, Suder & Cooke in Fort, Worth, Texas.
U.S. District Court for the Central District of California Southern Division case number 8:17-cv-01143-JVS-KES