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GPS Industries Goes to Law

12.15am 15th May 2007 - Corporate

GPS Industries, Inc. owner of golf-related GPS (Global Positioning System) technology patents in fifteen countries worldwide, has filed a lawsuit in Dallas Federal Court alleging infringement of U.S. Patent No. 5,364,093 against: Altex Corporation; DECA International Corp.; GolfLogix, Inc.; GPS Golf Pro, LLC; GPS Technologies, Inc.; Intelligolf LLC; L1 Technologies, Inc.; Links Point, Inc.; SkyHawke Technologies, Inc.; and Tee2Green Technologies, Pty Ltd.

The company will seek both preliminary and permanent injunctions against one or more of the defendants.

U.S. Patent No. 5,364,093 is directed to a “Golf Distance Measuring System and Method.” GPS Industries, Inc. is represented by the Shore Chan Bragalone LLP law firm.

GPS Industries, Inc. owns the patents for golf-related GPS and Differential GPS (DGPS) applications in fifteen Countries worldwide, including the United States, Australia, Great Britain and Japan.

GPS Industries www.gpsindustries.com

       

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