Boyles Ask Court to Set Trial Date, GlasWeld Opposes

In the latest development in the GlasWeld-Boyle lawsuit, defendants Mike and Christopher Boyle have asked the court to set a trial date for the ongoing alleged patent infringement lawsuit. Plaintiff GlasWeld opposes this motion.

“This patent infringement case is based on the alleged infringement of two patents held by the plaintiff GlasWeld,” according to the court documents. “Defendants deny any and all allegations of infringement.”

Noting that the case has been ongoing for three years, defendants say in court documents that they expect the trial to last no more than four days.

GlasWeld has given the court notice that it intends to file a response in opposition to defendants’ motion to set a trial date.

GlasWeld filed an alleged patent infringement lawsuit against Mike Boyle, doing business as Surface Dynamix, in the U.S. District Court of Oregon, Eugene division in 2012. Mike Boyle’s son, Christopher, was later added as a defendant in the case.

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