Quark Stands Accused of Patent Infringement by RR Donnelly
Print services provider sues Quark and Eastman Kodak subsidiary Creo of substantial infringment in terse press release
RR Donnelly, a print services provider with operations worldwide, has sued Denver-based Quark, Inc. and Eastman Kodak subsidiary Creo, Inc. over claims that Quark and Creo have infringed on a range of Donnelly-held patents in areas of digital print production. The terse press release, released today, only announced the following:
CHICAGO, Jan. 17 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ — R.R. Donnelley & Sons Company (NYSE: RRD) announced today that it has filed a lawsuit in the Federal Court in Delaware against Quark, Inc. and Creo, Inc. (a subsidiary of the Eastman Kodak Company). The lawsuit alleges that products manufactured and sold by the defendants infringe an extensive portfolio of RR Donnelley patents in the area of digital print processes, which are central to a significant segment of RR Donnelley’s service and product offerings. The complaint seeks monetary and injunctive relief from both defendants.
The entire press release (which contains little more else than a corporate bio and a caveat on “forward-looking statements” can be viewed via this link which opens in a new window.
RR Donnelly’s home page is at http://www.rrdonnelly.com.