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A discovery hearing to conduct depositions will be held December 7 to 11, 2015 at the Wayne Lyman Morse U.S. Courthouse in Eugene, Ore., in the GlasWeld-Boyle case, according to court records.
GlasWeld’s attorneys have asked the U.S. District Court of Oregon, Eugene division, to deny the Boyles emergency motion to compel depositions, saying they are not available in September or October. The company’s attorneys have also asked the court to compel the Boyles to pay “court-awarded attorneys’ fees” before the depositions take place.
Christopher Boyle has joined his father, Mike Boyle (doing business as Surface Dynamix) in responding to GlasWeld’s motion for a default judgment in the alleged patent infringement lawsuit playing out in the Federal Court System in Oregon. GlasWeld, in turn, replied in support of its motion for default judgment. And Mike Boyle then asked the court to bifurcate the trial, or split it into two parts.
Judge Ann Aiken has denied motions by Mike Boyle and Christopher Boyle (Mike’s son) to compel inspection of products and compel a former Intellectual Patent Insurance Corp. (IPISC) employee to attend depositions over the alleged patent infringement case pending the court’s ruling on claim construction. The judge also finds it “reasonable and approves of plaintiff’s (GlasWeld’s) preference to confer with defendants only through written communications.”