As reported a few weeks back, Magistrate Judge Nachmanoff of the Eastern District of Virginia denied all of Fireclean’s jurisdictional discovery requests on June 14, 2016.
Fireclean is appealing the Magistrate Judge’s opinion under what’s called a Rule 72 objection, and you should read what they have to say.
Our objection to their objection is here.
The next major event in the case is scheduled for July 14, 2016, when a hearing will be held on our motion to dismiss the case. Here is our brief in support of said motion. This link, and the one immediately prior, are the two most recent filings on our side of the case. You also might wish to brush up on our initial motion to dismiss.
Fireclean’s brief opposing our motion to dismiss the case may be found here.
It’s my understanding that in the lawsuit filed by Fireclean against their competitor, George Fennell of Steel Shield, Mr. Fennell’s motions to dismiss or transfer venue were denied by the judge in that case. These cases are completely separate and the denial of Mr. Fennell’s motion to dismiss does not concern me, legally or emotionally.