POWERLOGIX FILES SUIT
September 20, 2004: – PowerLogix, a recognized
technology leader in the Apple Computer market place since
1996, filed a thirteen-count Federal lawsuit on September
15, 2004 seeking in excess of $1,500,000 in actual damages,
statutory damages and punitive damages for what it alleges
was a conspiracy by former business partners and competitors
to unlawfully appropriate its software, trade secrets and
drive it out of business.
The suit, pending in the Austin Division of the United
States Federal Court for the Western District of Texas names
WayPoint Distribution, Inc., Giga Designs, L.L.C., MicroMat
Computer Systems, Inc., MicroMat, Inc., Soft 77, L.L.C.
and Virtex Assembly Services, Inc. as defendants.
and its banking partner, Commerce Capital, L.P. have retained
the Stratton Law Firm and Hance, Scarborough, Woodward, & Weisbart
to represent them.
The PowerLogix suit is filed in the Austin Division
of the United States Federal Court for the Western District
of Texas as 962, Inc., d/b/a PowerLogix and Commerce Capital,
L.P. v. WayPoint Distribution, Inc., John Swartz, Giga Designs,
L.L.C., MicroMat Computer Systems, Inc., MicroMat, Inc.,
Soft 77, L.L.C., Virtex Assembly Services, Inc.; Cause No.
A04CA-596SS, United States District Court, Western Division
of Texas, Austin Division. A copy of the filed Complaint