Static Control Files Anti-Trust Lawsuit Against Lexmark4 Mar, 2003
Static Control Files Anti-Trust Lawsuit Against Lexmark
Sanford, NC – March 3, 2003 – Static Control Components filed a lawsuit against Lexmark International for damages exceeding $100 million for violations which include the Sherman Anti-Trust and Lanham Acts.
The suit, filed February 28 in Federal Court in Greensboro, NC alleges that Lexmark has restricted commerce and has demonstrated unfair trade practices.
According to Skip London, Static Control’s General Counsel, “The basis for these claims include allegations that Lexmark has unlawfully attempted to monopolize and has monopolized that market for remanufactured cartridges that go into their printers.”
Static Control contends that Lexmark has continually misrepresented their product in the marketplace. “We allege Lexmark has made numerous misrepresentations concerning their products,” said London.