Legal Action Brought Against Avasoft, Inc. Alleging Infringement of one
of McGill Technology Limited's Patents Covering its Ice Cream Cartridge
WEST MALLING, England, Nov. 23 /CNW/ - McGill Technology Limited, the
parent company for The One-Shot Corporation Limited, who are a successful
international intellectual property solutions provider for dispensing soft
serve frozen desserts, has filed a patent infringement suit against Avasoft,
Inc. for "directly infringed, contributory infringed and/or induced the
infringement of said Letters Patent No. 6,182,862 by making, using, selling
and offering to sell their Avasoft frozen product dispensers."
The infringement lawsuit was issued on November 7, 2007 (case number
2:2007cv14783) and served one week later upon Avasoft, Inc. at their Nevada
facility on November 12, 2007. McGill Technology Limited has requested jury
trial in Federal Court (U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of
Michigan) with presiding Judge Julian Abele Cook.
The One-Shot(R) dispensing concept is possibly the original single ice
cream cartridge system in the world with thousands of machines sold globally,
along with millions of portions consumed annually. It is a patented means of
dispensing a soft serve type swirl format from hygienic packaging.
Please bookmark our web site because new releases are pending to unveil
our new 2008 range of machines.
For further information:
For further information: Gary McGill, Director of New Business
Development, One-Shot (www.one-shot.com) or by phone at +44-1732-525925