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GlasWeld Returns to Auto Glass Week™ as Cobalt Sponsor

GlasWeld is returning to Auto Glass Week™ 2021 as a Cobalt sponsor. Auto Glass Week is the only event devoted solely to the auto glass repair, OE and replacement auto glass industry. It will take place June 7-9 at the … Continue reading

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Attendees Have Plenty to Pique Their Interest at SEMA

If you’re a car lover, and yes, if you are in the auto glass industry, SEMA is the place to be this week in Las Vegas. The show opened today and there is plenty of things for auto glass companies … Continue reading

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Auto Glass Week™ Exhibitors Showcase Their Products

The showroom floor of Auto Glass Week™ in San Antonio was filled from wall to wall with exhibitors and industry professionals eager to learn about what’s new in auto glass. The reigning theme was overall growth. Some companies, such as … Continue reading

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New Program to Support Women in Auto Glass

GlasWeld launched a new program focusing on repair and designed specifically for women in the auto glass industry earlier this month. #WomenRockRepair is a new program that offers advanced hands on training, mentoring, and business coaching. The program is open … Continue reading

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Auto Glass Week™ 2018 Welcomes GlasWeld as Returning Platinum-Plus Level Sponsor

GlasWeld will once again support Auto Glass Week™ 2018 (AGW), including as the top sponsor of the Windshield Repair Competition, which is named after the Platinum-Plus sponsor.  “For over 36 years, GlasWeld has been the Gold Standard in tools, equipment … Continue reading

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Explore Your Travel Options for Auto Glass Week™ 2017

As you prepare for Auto Glass Week™ 2017 in West Palm Beach, Fla., keep in mind there are a variety of ways to reach your destination. For some, flying directly to West Palm Beach is the best option. However, when … Continue reading

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Auto Glass Week™ Offers Buy Two, Get One Full Registration Free

You and your team can spend three days learning from the best through a special registration deal. Purchase two full registrations and get a third full registration FREE for Auto Glass Week™ 2017.  The annual event will take place October … Continue reading

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Deepest Discounts for Auto Glass Week™ End Next Month

Move quickly to take advantage of the deepest discounts and secure your spot at Auto Glass Week™ 2017 before early bird registration ends June 12. Early bird registration will save you up to $100 versus onsite registration. In addition to … Continue reading

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The End: GlasWeld’s Lawsuit Against Its Former President is Dismissed

Five years after GlasWeld Systems Inc. filed a suit against the company’s former president Michael Boyle, for patent infringement, the United States District Court of Oregon has ruled in favor of a GlasWeld motion for dismissal of all claims. In … Continue reading

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GlasWeld Returns to Auto Glass Week™ as Platinum Plus Sponsor

GlasWeld  will return as a supporting company and increase to the level of Platinum Plus Sponsor for Auto Glass Week™ 2017 this fall in West Palm Beach, Fla. The company is once again serving as the named sponsor of the … Continue reading

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Christopher Boyle’s Response to GlasWeld’s Motion to Dismiss

Christopher Boyle has responded to GlasWeld’s motion to dismiss. To read the court document, click here.

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GlasWeld Issues Statement

GlasWeld has issued the following the statement regarding the dismissal of its lawsuit against Michael and Christopher Boyle. Here is the full test of the statement: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Shiloh Spoo, shiloh@glasweld.com, 541-388-1156 x119 GLASWELD REQUESTS DISMISSAL FOLLOWING MIKE … Continue reading

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New Motion for Dismissal Filed in GlasWeld Patent Infringement Case

A defendant in an ongoing court case against GlasWeld has filed a new motion claiming the company makes “ … new statements which serve to be profoundly damning to their allegations of patent infringement” and asks the court to dismiss the case. Continue reading

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GlasWeld Says Its Expert Witness Testimony Should Stand

In the latest development in the GlasWeld-Boyle lawsuit, officials from GlasWeld have filed a response to Mike and Christopher Boyle’s recent motion to exclude expert testimony. Plaintiff GlasWeld says the U.S. Federal District Court of Oregon should not “entertain” the defendants’ motion. Continue reading

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The Boyles Seek to Exclude Expert Witness Testimony

Mike Boyle, doing business as Surface Dynamix, and his son Christopher, have filed a motion in the U.S. Federal District Court of Oregon, asking the court to issue an order excluding the testimony of expert witnesses Justin Price and Randy Mackey for plaintiff GlasWeld in the alleged patent infringement lawsuit. Continue reading

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Judge Denies the Boyles’ Motion to Dismiss

The judge overseeing the GlasWeld-Boyle case in the U.S. District Court of Oregon, Eugene division, has denied a motion by Mike Boyle and his son Christopher to dismiss the alleged patent infringement lawsuit for lack of subject matter jurisdiction. Continue reading

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GlasWeld: Injunction No Longer Possible

In a response to a motion to dismiss part of the alleged patent infringement case by Mike Boyle (doing business as Surface Dynamic) and his son Christopher, GlasWeld agrees that an injunction cannot be entered on an expired patent, but the company’s attorney says the expiration of the patent does not impact subject matter jurisdiction. Continue reading

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Boyles Say Patent Has Expired

Mike Boyle (doing business as Surface Dynamic) and his son Christopher have filed a motion to dismiss a portion of the lawsuit filed by GlasWeld over alleged patent infringement. The Boyles say one of the patents at the center of the case expired on April 5, 2016. Continue reading

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Judge Issues New Ruling in GlasWeld-Boyle Case

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. Continue reading

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GlasWeld Returns as a Platinum Repair Sponsor of Auto Glass Week™

GlasWeld will return as a Platinum Sponsor of Auto Glass Week™ 2016 this fall in San Antonio, Texas. The three-day international event featuring automotive glass repair and replacement competitions, educational seminars and an exhibition floor, is proud to once again welcome GlasWeld as a named sponsor of the GlasWeld Windshield Repair Competition. Continue reading

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GlasWeld Names Shiloh Spoo President

GlasWeld has announced the retirement of Thomas Spoo after many years as president. Shiloh Spoo will become president. Continue reading

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Judge Denies Several Motions in GlasWeld-Boyle Case

The judge overseeing the GlasWeld-Boyle case in the U.S. District Court of Oregon, Eugene division, has denied Mike and Christopher Boyles’ motions to set a trial date, disqualify GlasWeld’s attorney and exclude plaintiff’s evidence on damages. The Boyles have also filed a new motion asking the judge to strike GlasWeld’s motion for summary judgment. Continue reading

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GlasWeld Responds to Boyles’ Request for Trial Date

In the latest development in the GlasWeld-Boyle lawsuit, officials from GlasWeld have filed a response to Mike and Christopher Boyle’s recent motion asking the court to set a trial date for the ongoing alleged patent infringement lawsuit. In their latest … Continue reading

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The Boyles File Motion to Disqualify GlasWeld’s Attorney

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. Continue reading

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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. Continue reading

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GlasWeld-Boyle Case Depositions Set for December

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. Continue reading

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Judge Issues New Decisions in GlasWeld-Boyle Case

The judge overseeing the GlasWeld-Boyle case in the U.S. District Court of Oregon, Eugene division, has denied Mike and Christopher Boyles’ motion for reconsideration on the motion for the order to show cause for sanctions and motion to dismiss. Continue reading

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Motions Continue in GlasWeld-Boyle Case

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. Continue reading

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GlasWeld Asks Judge to Uphold Sanctions Against Boyles

GlasWeld’s attorney has filed a motion asking the judge to deny Mike Boyle, doing business as Surface Dynamix, and his son’s Christopher, motion to reconsider sanctions. The judge of the U.S. District Court of Oregon, Eugene division, had ordered sanctions against the Boyles in the form of attorney’s fees. Continue reading

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Boyles Ask Judge to Compel Expert Depositions

Mike Boyle, doing business as Surface Dynamix, and his son, Christopher, have filed a motion for the judge in the U.S. District Court of Oregon, Eugene division, to compel GlasWeld to schedule depositions. The Boyles allege, “despite the courts order, the plaintiff has repeatedly [avoided] the courts order.” Continue reading

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Boyles Ask Judge to Reconsider Sanctions and Motion to Dismiss

Mike Boyle, doing business as Surface Dynamix, and his son, Christopher, have filed an emergency motion asking a judge for the U.S. District Court in Oregon to reconsider her recent order which imposed sanctions on them in the form of attorneys’ fees in the alleged patent infringement lawsuit. The Boyles also requested the judge reconsider their motion to dismiss the case writing, “the disputed order contains incorrect factual findings as well as errors of law that will result in manifest injustice to the defendants unless corrected.” Continue reading

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Judge Orders Sanctions Against Boyles in Alleged Patent Infringement Case

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. Continue reading

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Boyles File Motion for Dismissal of Alleged Patent Infringement Lawsuit, Judge Issues New Decisions

Mike Boyle and his son, Christopher, have asked the U.S. District Court of Oregon, Eugene division, to dismiss GlasWeld’s alleged patent infringement lawsuit, saying “the plaintiff has failed to provide a computation for each category of damages with appropriate documentation … Continue reading

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New Motions Filed by GlasWeld and Boyle in Alleged Patent Infringement Case

GlasWeld has filed a motion in the U.S. District Court of Oregon, Eugene division, for an order to show cause why default judgment should not be entered against Mike Boyle (doing business as Surface Dynamix) and his son Christopher, in the alleged patent infringement case. The Boyles have responded with a motion saying default judgment should not be entered against them. Continue reading

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Judge Issues New Decisions in Alleged Patent Infringement Case; Boyles File Discovery Report

The judge overseeing the alleged patent infringement dispute in Oregon’s U.S. District Court, Eugene division, has denied Mike Boyle’s (doing business a Surface Dynamix) motions to compel his prior attorney and for an emergency inspection of the alleged infringing products which are in GlasWeld’s possession. The judge ordered the plaintiff to make the devices “available for inspection at the time of depositions.” Defendants Mike Boyle and his son, Christopher Boyle, have also filed their discovery report with the court. The dispute between the parties about who might be deposed continues. Continue reading

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GlasWeld, Boyles Seek Extension from Court; Debate Depositions

GlasWeld, Mike Boyle (doing business as Surface Dynamix), and Boyle’s son, Christopher Boyle, have asked the court to extend the deadline for limited discovery and set deadlines for the service and rebuttal of expert reports in the alleged patent infringement … Continue reading

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GlasWeld, Boyles File Alternative Dispute Resolution Reports with Court

GlasWeld, Mike Boyle (doing business as Surface Dynamix) and Christopher Boyle have agreed that binding Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) proceedings would be a good idea, according to their separate ADR reports. But none of the parties involved in the alleged patent infringement case can agree on terms for the proceedings. Continue reading

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Judge Issues New Decisions in Alleged Patent Infringement Case

The judge has denied GlasWeld’s motion for default judgment, ordered Mike Boyle (doing business as Surface Dynamix) and his son Christopher Boyle to provide discovery information and decided on the construction of claims involved in the alleged patent infringement case. She also ordered GlasWeld and the Boyles to discuss a possible settlement and report their progress back to the court. Continue reading

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Two Long-Time Industry Members Receive Accolades

Jean Pero, sales manager for Mygrant Glass, was honored with the Carl F. Tompkins Award for Excellence in Auto Glass Safety, while John King, retiring vice president of aftermarket at Sika Corp. was recognized with a new industry-wide achievement award … Continue reading

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Judge Denies Mike Boyle’s Motion to Bifurcate, But Says He Can Renew it Later

In her latest decision, Judge Ann Aiken says Mike Boyle’s motion to bifurcate, or split the alleged patent infringement trial into two parts, is “premature,” but she gave leave for him to renew the motion at a later date. Continue reading

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Legal Battle Over Alleged Patent Infringement Continues

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. Continue reading

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Boyle Responds to Motion for Default Judgment in GlasWeld Suit

Mike Boyle, doing business as Surface Dynamix, has responded to a recent motion by GlasWeld for a default judgment against him and his son, Christopher Boyle. The response is the latest in the suit, filed by GlasWeld in December 2012, alleging patent infringement. Continue reading

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GlasWeld General Manager Dennis Garbutt Retires; Schuepbach Promoted

GlasWeld general manager Dennis Garbutt has retired, and the company has promoted director of operations Seth Schuepbach to the general manager position, effective September 2. “Dennis has been an integral part of our growth and success over the past half-decade,” … Continue reading

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Judge Issues New Decisions in Alleged Patent Infringement Case

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.” Continue reading

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Boyle Asks Court to Compel Witness, GlasWeld Refutes Motion to Compel Inspection

Mike Boyle, doing business as Surface Dynamix, has moved that the court compel a former Intellectual Patent Insurance Corp. (IPISC) employee to attend depositions over the alleged patent infringement case. Meanwhile, GlasWeld’s attorney responded to an earlier motion by Mike Boyle, claiming his “motion [to inspect the products in question] is nothing more than an effort to waste time, effort and resources.” Continue reading

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Mike Boyle Requests More Time for Response in Alleged Patent Infringement Case

Mike Boyle, doing business as Surface Dynamix, has asked the court for an extension to file a response to GlasWeld’s motion for a default judgment, writing “the defendant is unable to gather all documentation and clarification of any and all deficiencies of requested discovery to present a response within the time allotted.” Continue reading

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The Boyles Ask the Court to Disqualify GlasWeld’s Attorney, Plaintiff Opposes Motion

Mike Boyle, doing business as Surface Dynamix, and Christopher Boyle, his son, have asked the U.S. District Court of Oregon, Eugene division, to disqualify GlasWeld’s counsel Javier Sobrado and his firm, Feldman Gale LLP, from serving as GlasWeld’s counsel. The Boyles claim that, “[the attorney] has knowingly and purposefully violated a fundamental precept of legal practice: the rule that an attorney for a litigant shall not also serve as a witness in the same litigation.” In response, GlasWeld gave notice that it opposes the Boyles’ motion in the alleged patent infringement case. Continue reading

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Boyle Files Motion to Compel, GlasWeld Seeks Default Judgment in Alleged Patent Infringement Case

Mike Boyle, doing business as Surface Dynamix, has asked the U.S. District Court of Oregon, Eugene division, to issue an order “compelling the plaintiffs to allow the defendants the ability to inspect the alleged infringing products that are in the possession of the plaintiffs.” On the other side of the court, GlasWeld has asked for a default judgment against Mike Boyle and Christopher Boyle, his son, “because of their complete, consistent and unapologetic disregard of this court’s clear orders compelling them to comply with their discovery obligations.” Continue reading

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GlasWeld Hires Michaels as Marketing Manager

GlasWeld has named Elise Michaels as marketing manager. She will focus on social media strategies and online campaigns to promote GlasWeld’s glass repair technology products. Michaels’ marketing expertise draws on more than 25 years in the radio and television industry, … Continue reading

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Judge Denies GlasWeld’s Motion to Make Ex Parte Communication Public or for Attorneys’ Eyes

GlasWeld’s attorney has asked the court to make public or for “attorneys’ eyes only” certain communications Mike Boyle has had with the court regarding the withdrawal of his counsel in the alleged patent infringement case and the judge has denied the request. Continue reading

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Judge Gives Mike Boyle’s Counsel Permission to Withdraw

The judge has granted attorney David Madden permission to withdraw as Mike Boyle’s pro bono counsel in the alleged patent infringement lawsuit filed by GlasWeld. “Clearly, irreconcilable conflicts exist between Mike Boyle and David Madden regarding the proper defense in … Continue reading

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Mike Boyle’s Counsel Asks to Withdraw, GlasWeld Concerned This Will Further Delay Case

Mike Boyle’s pro-bono counsel, David H. Madden, has asked the court for an order allowing him to withdraw as counsel because “circumstances have arisen which comprise a current conflict of interest between Madden and defendant Boyle.” In their response to the request, GlasWeld’s attorneys write, “[I]f the court is inclined to grant Madden’s motion, GlasWeld requests that regardless of whether Mike Boyle obtains new counsel or proceeds pro se [representing himself], the court hold defendants to the same rules that apply to all other litigant and enforce its order compelling complete responses to GlasWeld’s discovery by July 2, 2014.” Continue reading

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GlasWeld Submits, and Mike Boyle Opposes, Motion for Summary Judgment

GlasWeld’s attorneys have asked the U.S. District Court of Oregon, Eugene division, to allow it to supplement the evidentiary record in support of a partial summary judgment of infringement. The defendant, Mike Boyle (doing business as Surface Dynamix), has opposed this motion. Continue reading

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Patent Infringement Dispute Between GlasWeld and the Boyles Continues

GlasWeld’s attorneys have responded to Christopher Boyle’s request that the court compel company officials to appear for depositions, writing, “his motion should be denied in its entirety as unfounded.” GlasWeld filed the alleged patent infringement lawsuit against Mike Boyle, doing business as Surface Dynamix, in late 2012. The company later added Christopher Boyle, Mike’s son, as a defendant. Continue reading

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Christopher Boyle Asks Court to Compel GlasWeld to Depositions, Sever Count

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.
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Mike Boyle Responds to GlasWeld’s Markman Brief in Alleged Patent Infringement Case

Mike Boyle (doing business as Surface Dynamix) has filed a response brief in the U.S. District Court of Oregon, Eugene division, arguing that GlasWeld’s proposed definitions for patent terms “fail to answer the questions that must be answered, and thus would leave the determination of claim meaning to the jury.” Continue reading

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GlasWeld Responds to Boyles’ Markman Briefs in Alleged Patent Infringement Case

GlasWeld attorneys argue that the patent terms Mike Boyle (doing business as Surface Dynamix) and his son, Christopher Boyle, seek to define for the U.S. District Court of Oregon, Eugene division, are best used in their “plain, ordinary English meaning.” However, if the court does decide to define the terms, GlasWeld’s attorneys claim in a response brief that their own definitions for the terms at the heart of the alleged patent infringement case should be used. Continue reading

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Christopher Boyle Submits Markman Brief in Alleged Patent Infringement Case

Christopher Boyle, one of the parties involved in GlasWeld-Mike Boyle lawsuit, filed a Markman brief Thursday. In the brief, Christopher Boyle laid out his interpretations of the terminology involved with the alleged patent infringement case. GlasWeld and Mike Boyle (Chris’ father, doing business as Surface Dynamix) submitted their briefs late last week. Continue reading

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Mike Boyle and GlasWeld Submit Markman Briefs in Alleged Patent Infringement Case

The parties involved in one of the most famous industry lawsuits filed their Markman briefs late last week. In the briefs, GlasWeld, Mike Boyle (doing business as Surface Dynamix) and Christopher Boyle (Mike’s son) laid out their interpretations of the terminology at the heart of the patent infringement case.
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GlasWeld Announced as a Platinum Sponsor of Auto Glass Week™ 2014

GlasWeld, an industry leader in windshield repair, glass scratch removal and other glass restoration solutions, is proud to announce its sponsorship of Auto Glass Week™ at the Platinum level once again. The three-day international event features automotive glass repair and replacement competitions, educational seminars and an exhibition/extravaganza where sponsoring companies will be seen. Continue reading

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No Settlement Reached in Alleged Patent Infringement Case

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.
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Can Repairs Be Successful in Cold Weather?

With half a foot to ten inches of snow smacking New England and the mid-Atlantic on Tuesday, causing the Federal Government to shutdown yesterday in Washington, D.C., and institute a two-hour delay Wednesday, the question arises: Is it safe to do windshield repairs in cold weather?
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GlasWeld Withdraws Motion to Compel in Alleged Patent Infringement Case

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. Continue reading

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Judge Issues Brief Decisions in Alleged Patent Infringement Case

Judge Ann Aiken has stayed GlasWeld’s motion to compel Deschutes Manufacturing & Consulting to produce documents in response to a subpoena in the company’s case against Mike Boyle, doing business as Surface Dynamix, and his son Christopher Boyle over alleged patent infringement. In her brief decision issued Monday, the judge also referred the case to Magistrate Judge Thomas Coffin for mediation and settlement. Continue reading

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Parties Agree to Court Mediation in Alleged Patent Infringement Case

All parties to the most famous industry lawsuit have agreed to try mediation. Representatives from GlasWeld, Mike Boyle (doing business as Surface Dynamix) and Christopher Boyle (Mike’s son), agreed to participate in court-sponsored mediation before a magistrate judge in the U.S. District of Oregon to try to reach a resolution in the alleged patent infringement case during a teleconference late last month. Continue reading

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GlasWeld Asks Court to Compel Deschutes Manufacturing to Produce Documents

GlasWeld’s attorneys have filed a motion asking the U.S. District Court of Oregon, Eugene division, to compel Deschutes Manufacturing & Consulting to produce documents in response to a subpoena in the company’s case against Mike Boyle, doing business as Surface Dynamix, and his son Christopher Boyle over alleged patent infringement. Continue reading

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Judge Issues New Rulings in Alleged Patent Infringement Lawsuit

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. Continue reading

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GlasWeld Asks Court to Deny Rescheduling Motion in Alleged Patent Infringement Lawsuit

GlasWeld attorneys claim in court documents filed with the U.S. District Court of Oregon, Eugene division, that Christopher Boyle’s motion to reset the scheduling order in the alleged patent infringement case “should be denied because Christopher Boyle has not shown good cause” and the request appears to be “intended solely for the purpose of delay.” Continue reading

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Christopher Boyle Asks Court to Reset Scheduling in Alleged Patent Infringement Case

Christopher Boyle has asked the U.S. District Court of Oregon to reset the scheduling order in the alleged patent infringement case GlasWeld has filed against him and his father Mike Boyle, doing business as Surface Dynamix. In response, GlasWeld attorneys filed a notice with the court that they intend to oppose the rescheduling motion. Continue reading

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GlasWeld Files Motion to Strike Christopher Boyle’s Defense of Unenforceability

Following Christopher Boyle’s recent filing in the U.S. District Court of Oregon asking the court to strike patent infringement claims, plaintiff GlasWeld followed suit, filing a motion to strike the unenforceability defense from Boyle’s answer. In the company’s memo in … Continue reading

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Christopher Boyle Asks Court to Strike Patent Infringement Claims

Christopher Boyle has asked the U.S. District Court of Oregon to strike several patent infringement claims GlasWeld has filed against him with the court and GlasWeld has responded in opposition to the motions. Christopher Boyle was recently added to the alleged patent infringement lawsuit between his father Mike Boyle, doing business as Surface Dynamix, and GlasWeld. Continue reading

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Christopher Boyle Responds to Alleged Patent Infringement Lawsuit

Christopher Boyle recently filed a response with the U.S. District Court of Oregon denying patent infringement allegations as well as ownership in Surface Dynamix in the case involving GlasWeld and his father Mike Boyle. The elder Boyle has also been granted a court-appointed attorney.

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Gold Medalists of Auto Glass Repair and Technician Competition Named

Danny Kale of Glasspro took home the gold medal for the NordGlass Auto Glass Technician Competition and Braulio Lopez of Repair and Go -Espana S.L. in Lugo-Galicia, Spain grabbed the gold for the GlasWeld Windshield Repair Competition in honor of … Continue reading

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Finalists Announced for Auto Glass Technician and Windshield Repair Competition

The finalists for the NordGlass Auto Glass Technician (AGTO) and GlasWeld Windshield Repair Competition (WRO) have been announced. The AGTO finalists, named this morning, include, in no particular order, Joe Estrada of Estrada’s Car Glass in San Antonio, Texas; Zhanchang … Continue reading

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Judge Issues Several Decisions in Alleged Patent Infringement Case

A judge for the U.S. District Court of Oregon recently issued several decisions in the alleged patent infringement involving GlasWeld and Mike Boyle, doing business as Surface Dynamix, including granting a motion to compel Mike Boyle to “produce documents responsive … Continue reading

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GlasWeld Attorneys Ask Court to Postpone Depositions of Company Employees

GlasWeld attorneys have asked the U.S. District Court of Oregon, Eugene division, for a protective order regarding depositions of the company’s employees until Mike Boyle, doing business as Surface Dynamix, “produces documents and information in his possession, custody and control responsive to GlasWeld’s requests for production and interrogatories and coordinates scheduling of the depositions with his son, defendant Christopher Boyle.” Continue reading

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