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January 30, 2001
* Fisher-Price Inc., a unit of El Segundo-based Mattel Inc., accused rival Safety 1st Inc. of infringing three U.S. patents for baby equipment. In a lawsuit filed in federal court in Delaware, East Aurora, N.Y.-based Fisher-Price said it owns three patents awarded since 1997 for a collapsible bassinet, an all-terrain stroller and an ornamental play-space design. Officials of Canton, Mass.
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January 30, 2001
* Fisher-Price Inc., a unit of El Segundo-based Mattel Inc., accused rival Safety 1st Inc. of infringing three U.S. patents for baby equipment. In a lawsuit filed in federal court in Delaware, East Aurora, N.Y.-based Fisher-Price said it owns three patents awarded since 1997 for a collapsible bassinet, an all-terrain stroller and an ornamental play-space design. Officials of Canton, Mass.
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January 11, 1999 | PAMELA WARRICK
In another era, it might have been secreted behind a gilt-edged painting on a parlor wall. Or disguised behind a faux volume in your revolving bookcase. Or buried, even, in the backyard like so much pirate treasure. But in this last year of the 20th century, there is a new high-powered kind of safe to hide your valuables. It is the electric wall socket. According to its maker, Safety 1st Inc. of Chestnut Hill, Mass., the Secret Socket Wall Safe is the last word in home security camouflage.
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