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Core Systems Files Lawsuit



Published May 19, 2011
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Core Systems International has filed a federal lawsuit in U.S. District Court in Detroit, MI against CoreTech International, Inc. and Mo El Banna.


Among the six counts were Misappropriation of Trade Secrets, False Designation of Origin, Common law unfair competition, Violation of Anti-cybersquatting Consumer Protection Act, and Unjust Enrichment. Core Systems is demanding relief and a trial by jury.


In January 2011, Core Systems purchased all the intellectual property, trade secrets, proprietary engineered designs and related assets from CorTechnologies, Inc. (previously CoreTech, Inc) a division of Seidel Enterprises, in Easton, PA. Core Systems has assumed the sales, marketing, manufacturing, and service capabilities for the full line of core cutters, core handling, core printers and custom machinery, including but not limited to the CM8+, CM9, CM10, CM11, and CM14 machines.


For over 20 years, Core Systems has supplied reliable core cutting and core handling equipment. Located in a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility, Core Systems is a family owned US company. For more information, visit www.CoreCutting.com or call 734-847-2646.