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Alma Lasers Answers Lumenis Complaint
Date:10/15/2007

BUFFALO GROVE, Ill., Oct. 15 /PRNewswire/ -- Alma Lasers Ltd., a global leader in the development and commercialization of innovative aesthetic laser, light-based, and radiofrequency systems, filed a response last week denying all Lumenis' patent infringement claims. Alma Lasers will vigorously defend its position.

"Alma Lasers continues to build momentum in the marketplace due to our innovation, value and high customer service," stated Howard Kelly, CEO of Alma Lasers. "It is unfortunate that certain competitors resort to litigation to compensate for their failings in the marketplace."

Previously, Lumenis tried to enforce two of the same patents it is now asserting against Alma in a lawsuit against another company and failed. With respect to those two patents, a federal district judge denied Lumenis' Motion for Preliminary Injunction, and questioned the validity of a Lumenis asserted claim in a published opinion. Lumenis ultimately settled that case before trial.

Alma Lasers continues to stand behind all of its products and their warranties. Our customers and prospective customers can be assured that this dispute will not impact their use of any Alma product.

About Alma Lasers Ltd.

Alma Lasers Ltd. is a global developer, manufacturer and seller of laser, light-based and radiofrequency devices for aesthetic and medical applications. Since 1980, the founders of Alma Lasers have been at the forefront of innovative laser and light-based medical technology. Their technical expertise and in-depth understanding of practitioners' needs led to the development of Alma Lasers' multi-technology/multi-application systems. Alma Lasers' mission is to provide modular, cost-effective and high performance designs that enable medical practitioners to confidently offer safe, effective and profitable aesthetic treatments to their patients. More information about Alma Lasers can be found at http://www
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