GLENDALE, Calif.–LAWFUEL – The Legal Newswire – FutureLogic, Inc., a leading manufacturer of thermal printers for the gaming, parking, POS, medical and agricultural industries, responded today to the press release issued by TransAct Technologies Corp. regarding the lawsuit between the two companies pending in the United States District Court for the Central District of California. “It is not our policy to comment on the details of ongoing litigation,” stated Eric Meyerhofer, CEO/CTO of FutureLogic. “Patent lawsuits by their nature are complex, and there are many phases to this case.
The preliminary injunction sought by TransAct was the first of these phases, and TransAct’s request was not granted. Therefore, the status quo that existed prior to the filing of this lawsuit has not changed. The determination of this case in its totality will be made by a judge and jury and not by way of press statements. FutureLogic will not try this case in the media, nor will we use this litigation as a means to affect competition in the marketplace. Instead, we will continue to compete in the marketplace based on the merits of our products,” Meyerhofer said.
Founded in 1983 and headquartered in Glendale, Calif., FutureLogic designs and builds high-reliability electromechanical assembly solutions for nearly every printing need. As the undisputed leader in super-robust thermal printer technology, FutureLogic is the industry’s premier supplier of thermal printers for casino gaming, promotional equipment, kiosk, industrial, RTAL, gas pumps and medical applications. In July 2004 the company founded FutureLogic Europe Ltd to provide direct sales and engineering support for the growing OEM thermal printer markets in Europe. In October 2006 FutureLogic expanded its global support network into the Asia Pacific market, with a new sales and service center in Macau, China. More information on the company is available at www.futurelogic-inc.com.List your legal jobs on the LawFuel Network