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Safelite Responds to Campfield’s Summary Judgement Motion

Safelite Group Inc. (Safelite) responded to the summary judgement motion Richard Campfield, Ultra Bond, Inc. (Ultra Bond) owner and president, filed in Ohio’s federal court. Safelite states Campfield’s motion should be denied in its entirety and a summary judgement should … Continue reading

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Campfield Files a Summary Judgement Motion in Safelite Lawsuit

Richard Campfield, Ultra Bond owner and president, filed a motion in Ohio’s federal court seeking a summary judgement in certain aspects of Ultra Bond’s Lanham Act claim and Safelite’s counter claim in its lawsuit against Safelite Group, Inc., Safelite Solutions … Continue reading

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Campfield v. Safelite Lawsuit Partially Dismissed

The Campfield v. Safelite Group lawsuit was partially dismissed by an Ohio federal court judge this week. The court grants Safelite’s motion to dismiss “with respect to the dollar bill rule that Safelite made” as well as statements that it … Continue reading

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Parties Ask Court to Reschedule Expert Disclosures in Campfield-Safelite Case

The parties in the Campfield-Safelite suit have asked the court to reschedule the initial expert disclosures since the court has not yet ruled on a motion to dismiss. Plaintiff Rich Campfield, founder of Ultra Bond in Grand Junction, Colo., filed a lawsuit in August 2015 alleging misleading advertising by Safelite in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Ohio.

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Safelite Files Motion in Support of Dismissal of Campfield’s Complaint

Safelite Group, Safelite Solutions and Safelite Fulfillment (Safelite) have filed a reply to Rich Campfield’s opposition to their motion to dismiss in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Ohio, Eastern division. Campfield, founder of Ultra Bond in Grand Junction, Colo., filed a complaint against Safelite in mid-August 2015, alleging that the company engages in misleading advertising that favors replacement of windshields rather than repairs of long cracks, which he alleges has “wiped out a large portion (if not most) of the market for Ultra Bond’s products and services.”

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Settlement Deadline Nears in Campfield-Safelite Case

A U.S. District Court in Ohio has ordered Rich Campfield, founder of Ultra Bond in Grand Junction, Colo., to make a settlement demand by the end of this month in the case against Safelite Group, Safelite Solutions and Safelite Fulfillment (Safelite). Safelite is to respond no later than December 20, 2015, according to the U.S. District Court, Southern District of Ohio, Eastern Division. The case revolves around allegations of misleading advertising that favors replacement of windshields rather than repairs of long cracks.

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Rich Campfield Sues Safelite

A lawsuit against Safelite Group, Safelite Solutions and Safelite Fulfillment LLC alleging misleading advertising has been filed in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Ohio by Rich Campfield, founder of Ultra Bond in Grand Junction, Colo. According to court documents “The heart of this case is Safelite’s long-running and egregiously misleading advertising and promotional scheme in which it falsely tells consumers that cracks longer than six inches cannot be repaired.”

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