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Friday, 25 October 2019 17:47

Richard Campfield Files a Summary Judgement Motion in Safelite Lawsuit

Written by Emmariah Holcomb,



Ultra Bond developed a method of repairing windshield cracks that exceeded six inches in length and announced “its breakthrough in windshield repair around the same time Safelite began advertising all windshields must be replaced if it has a crack with or exceeding six inches,” according to court documents. Following Safelite’s requests to dismiss the lawsuit, the court decided to partially dismiss certain allegations mentioned in Campfield’s amended complaint.


The Plaintiffs contends that three of Safelite’s common law causes of action—tortious interference with contract misappropriation of trade secrets, and conversion—are preempted by the Ohio Uniform Trade Secrets Act (OUTSA), and that others fail because they are barred by the statute of limitations, among other reasons.


Currently, the Ohio court has yet to respond to Campfield’s motion for a summary judgement on the Lanham Act and Safelite’s counterclaim.


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