The 24.11.2011 brought good news to the manufacturers of printers. The European Court of Justice has decided that there will be no additional checks on possible antitrust violations. The warring parties were EU Commissionand been to the EFIM. Behind the acronym EFIM (European Federation of ink and ink cartridge Manufakturers) hides the European Association of manufacturers of compatible ink cartridges.
It’s In The Lawsuit
The dispute was pending before the Court of Justice under the file number T-296/09. The dispute was triggered by Lexmark,Epson, HP and Canon. The complaint was directed against the EU Commission itself, that 2009 had decided not to give in to the request of EFIM to an investigation of violations.Manufacturers of alternative cartridges feel through the procedure of the printer manufacturers disabled from PrinterHall.com, which make cartridges ever more complicated for her and both producers like KMP as also the recyclers again with patent litigation life hard to make.
A Turnaround Is Emerging
The decision of the European Court of Justice rejects the decision to carry out a study on the EU Commission. The EU Commission has now also have the ability to pass these disputes to arbitration to national authorities. That would be possible with the reference to a missing importance for intra-Community competition. Thus a turnaround seems to be when the law on competition law at the European Court of Justice to emerge, as it is almost completely opposite to previous judgments.
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