The U.S. Supreme Court won’t weigh in on a closely watched copyright lawsuit in which a printer manufacturer is trying to stop a computer-chip maker whose parts allowed cheaper toner cartridges to be used in name-brand machines.

Lexmark International Inc. said Monday it looks forward to continuing the fight over what it says are its intellectual property rights. The printer maker wants to block Static Control Components Inc. of Sanford, N.C., from selling the computer chips.