*NEWS*GTX CORP. SUES XEROX & OTHERS….

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*NEWS*GTX CORP. SUES XEROX & OTHERS….

 user 2006-06-09 at 11:28:00 am Views: 52
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    GTX Corp. sues Xerox, 5 others over patent
    A
    small Scottsdale company has sued copier giant Xerox Corp. and five
    other companies, alleging they are infringing on its patent for
    enhancing the images of scanned documents.GTX Corp. filed the lawsuit
    Wednesday in U.S. District Court in Tyler, Texas, asking for damages
    and to have the companies stop infringing on its patent.The company
    alleges that it met for years with Xerox and its Japanese affiliate,
    Fuji-Xerox Co. Ltd., over potential licensing agreements, and that the
    companies knowingly began using GTX’s technology in their DocuWork
    software without its permission.Xerox, based in Stamford, Conn., had
    not been served with the lawsuit and could not comment, spokeswoman
    Christa Carone said Friday.GTX also sued Eastman Kodak Co. of
    Rochester, N.Y.; Kofax Imaging Products Inc. of Irvine, Calif.; Pegasus
    Imaging Corp. of Tampa; Nuance Communications Inc. of Burlington,
    Mass.; and Lead Technologies Inc. of Charlotte, N.C., claiming
    infringements.GTX, which was founded in 1984 by Marvin Ling and has 12
    employees, develops software for computer-assisted design users. The
    company applied for a patent on image-enhancing technology in 2000 and
    received it March 21.