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June 26, 1991 | CRISTINA LEE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Laguna Tectrix Inc., a small manufacturer of exercise equipment, has filed a patent infringement lawsuit against a larger rival in Utah. In a suit filed in federal court in Los Angeles, Irvine-based Laguna Tectrix is asking the court to stop Pro-Form Fitness Products Inc., of Logan, Utah, from marketing its Pro-Form 3001 STX step-climbing machine. Laguna Tectrix claims that a friction-breaking device used to regulate climbing speed in the Pro-Form product violates a Laguna Tectrix patent.
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August 3, 1992 | CRISTINA LEE
Each time the U.S. Olympic basketball team--better known as the Dream Team--plays in Barcelona, the 30 employees at Laguna Tectrix Inc. train their eyes on Larry Bird, the Boston Celtics star. After all, employees recount with pride, Bird uses a ClimbMax stair climber that they made. But none are prouder than the founders of this 5-year-old company: Michael T. Sweeney, 39; his brother, James S. Sweeney, 40; and Duane P. Stark, 35. They are their own Dream Team of sorts.
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BUSINESS
August 3, 1992 | CRISTINA LEE
Each time the U.S. Olympic basketball team--better known as the Dream Team--plays in Barcelona, the 30 employees at Laguna Tectrix Inc. train their eyes on Larry Bird, the Boston Celtics star. After all, employees recount with pride, Bird uses a ClimbMax stair climber that they made. But none are prouder than the founders of this 5-year-old company: Michael T. Sweeney, 39; his brother, James S. Sweeney, 40; and Duane P. Stark, 35. They are their own Dream Team of sorts.
BUSINESS
June 26, 1991 | CRISTINA LEE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Laguna Tectrix Inc., a small manufacturer of exercise equipment, has filed a patent infringement lawsuit against a larger rival in Utah. In a suit filed in federal court in Los Angeles, Irvine-based Laguna Tectrix is asking the court to stop Pro-Form Fitness Products Inc., of Logan, Utah, from marketing its Pro-Form 3001 STX step-climbing machine. Laguna Tectrix claims that a friction-breaking device used to regulate climbing speed in the Pro-Form product violates a Laguna Tectrix patent.
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