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The judge overseeing the GlasWeld-Boyle case in the U.S. District Court of Oregon, Eugene division, has denied Mike Boyle and his son Christopher’s request for an extension of time to file Daubert motions. The judge granted the defendants an extension to respond to GlasWeld’s supplemental memorandum in support of partial summary judgement.
Mike Boyle (doing business as Surface Dynamix) and his son, Christopher, have filed a motion to disqualify GlasWeld’s attorney and law firm from the alleged patent infringement lawsuit.
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.
A judge for the U.S. District Court in Oregon has denied GlasWeld’s motion for default judgment in the alleged patent infringement lawsuit against Mike Boyle, doing business as Surface Dynamix, and his son, Christopher. The judge, however, ordered sanctions against the Boyles in the form of attorney’s fees. The court also denied the Boyles’ motion to dismiss.
Christopher Boyle, son of Mike Boyle (doing business as Surface Dynamix), has filed two new motions in the alleged patent infringement case asking the court to compel GlasWeld officials to appear for depositions and “sever” him from one count of the lawsuit.
Representatives from GlasWeld, Mike Boyle (doing business as Surface Dynamix) and Christopher Boyle (Mike’s son) were unable to come to a settlement agreement during court-sponsored mediation, according to a brief statement issued by the U.S. District Court of Oregon.
Attorneys for GlasWeld withdrew their motion to compel Deschutes Manufacturing & Consulting to produce documents, based a sworn declaration from the company’s owner that he does not have anything of interest in the company’s case against Mike Boyle, doing business as Surface Dynamix, and his son Christopher Boyle over alleged patent infringement.
A judge for the U.S. District Court of Oregon has granted GlasWeld’s motions to strike several of Mike Boyle and Christopher Boyle’s affirmative defenses in the alleged patent infringement case and ordered that Christopher Boyle’s answer to the complaint and his attached exhibits be placed under seal and designated as confidential. The judge also denied Christopher Boyle’s motion to strike and granted his motion to reset the scheduling order.