F.L.:SAYS INJUNCTION WON’T STOP SALES

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F.L.:SAYS INJUNCTION WON’T STOP SALES

 user 2007-06-20 at 11:17:00 am Views: 61
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    Printer Maker Says Injunction Won’t Stop Sales
    Thermal
    printer manufacturer FutureLogic, Inc. will continue to sell and ship
    one model of its printers in the face of a legal action by a
    competitor, company executives said.TransAct Technologies filed for a
    preliminary injunction against Glendale-based FutureLogic to keep it
    from making, selling or importing dual port printers including the GEN2
    Universal printer.

    TransAct alleges in a federal court filing
    that FutureLogic infringed on its patent for dual port technology.The
    action is a continuation of the disputes that existed between the two
    companies in federal court and will not interfere with the sale or
    shipping of the GEN2 printer, said John Hilbert, vice president of
    systems development and intellectual property for
    FutureLogic.FutureLogic printers are used in the gaming, parking,
    medical and agricultural industries.