Imaging Supplies Update from I-ITC. What’s Safe? What’s Legal?

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Mar 26 2024


2:00 pm - 3:00 pm




WSA Members: FREE

Join WSA for this industry update as we delve into the intricate world of government regulations, counterfeit awareness, and sustainability initiatives. Hear the latest updates on pending discussions within the Global Electronics Council (GEC) regarding EPEAT standards, and get introduced to innovative measures like the new I-ITC Certification for Remanufactured Imaging Supplies. Celebrate Global Reman Day on April 11th as we highlight its significance in promoting sustainable practices. Gain insights into the ongoing Ninestar ban, litigation statuses, and the availability of firmware and chips.

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  • Tricia Judge
    Tricia Judge
    Executive Director, International Imaging Technology Council

    Tricia Judge has served as the Executive Director of the International Imaging Technology Council, a not-for-profit trade association serving imaging supplies remanufacturers and dealers, for 25 years. Judge is an industry expert in the antitrust and intellectual property litigation that is prevalent in the printing industry. As the first executive director of the International Imaging Technology Council, Judge has promoted the association and is a regular speaker at industry meetings around the world. Judge was the Executive Editor of Recharger Magazine for five years. A lawyer for 35 years, Judge also has litigation experience. Judge’s work has been published in several publications, including Recharger, Imaging Spectrum, Office Technology, Recycling Times, Recycler Magazine, ENX Magazine, Nevada Lawyer Magazine, ASTM Standardization News, and has won critical acclaim for her writing and industry advocacy. She has assisted in the preparation of five friend-of-the-court briefs presented to the U. S. Supreme Court and federal appellate courts. Judge has presented the position of the industry to the International Trade Commission and the Federal Trade Commission. Judge received her J.D. from the Loyola University of Chicago School of Law and a Bachelor of Journalism degree from the University of Missouri.

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