"Sailboats Limited" shows as recently dissolved.
According to the registration of sailboats.co.uk, the domain name is owned by: "A.T Lincoln & A.W Lincoln t/a Northampton Sail Boats". "Northampton Sailboats Limited". was dissolved in 1991.
So it looks like the business is owned by the two...
Looks like the lawsuit schedule has moved back again:
Docket Text: ORDER RE SCHEDULING: This case shall proceed pursuant to the following schedule. All discovery shall be completed by 12/19/2014. Dispositive motions shall be filed by 1/19/2015. Counterclaim defendant Performance Sailcraft Pty...
Discovery disputes are very common in lawsuits.
There is supposed to be a mandatory settlement conference in October. I expect that that will be a very short meeting!
"Trial ready date" is scheduled for October 20. I wonder when the motions to delay that will happen?
There was a status update of the lawsuit posted (http://www.archive.org/download/gov.uscourts.ctd.99988/gov.uscourts.ctd.99988.155.0.pdf). Not much chance of a settlement at this time:
B. INTEREST IN REFERRAL FOR SETTLEMENT PURPOSES
The parties attended mediation on June 18 and 19. The parties...
The way the rules work, each builder has freedom to optimize its profits. Assuming the cost to build a boat is fixed (this may not be strictly accurate, but for a first order approximation, it's probably OK). The builder can increase prices, which will increase the profit per boat. However...
Wow! I really suck at reading the documents. I must be more careful in future.
But I think that the dismissals reflect the parties narrowing down the issues to a small number of key issues. People tend to throw everything into a lawsuit at the beginning and, after motion practice, various...
We discussed this earlier. See above.
Again, see above. The dismissal was made by the judge in response to motions by ISAF, etc. But I think that you are wrong in one respect, Rastegar has not been dismissed.
I looked at those documents. It's going to be quite a long time before there are any decisions.
Did you notice the mistake by the USPTO? Instead of sending a letter to Jersey, they sent it to New Jersey! Whoops!
Farzad is still a defendant (and counter-claim plaintiff, I think), as are Laser Performance Europe and Quarter Moon.
ILCA is still a defendant -- does the ILCA have the funds to pay for lawyers to properly defend itself?