Legal Cases

Legal Cases Lexmark won a lawsuit in 2005 for Arizona Cartridge Remanufacturers Association Inc. v. Lexmark International Inc.. This case indicates that Lexmark can enforce the policy of using only written on the side of the boxes of printer cartridges sold to certain large customers at a discount, on the understanding that customers would return the cartridges to Lexmark after using them. This means that these customers can face lawsuits if they break those agreements, and do not return the cartridges. Also in 2005, Lexmark suffered a legal defeat in the case v. Lexmark Int’l Static Control Components, when the Supreme Court of the United States rejected Lexmark’s petition for a writ of certiorari, rejecting his bid for the Court to hear their views.