In a little-noticed case with potentially big financial implications, Hewlett-Packard is accused of redesigning a key component of its popular printer to corner the $1 billion ink refill market.

“HP’s cartridge redesign had a profound impact on the market for refill ink — it nearly eliminated the market overnight,” plaintiffs’ attorneys argue in court papers for the antitrust and unfair business practices class action.

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