The attorney for the Libertarian Party of Oregon, led by chairman Wes Wagner, has filed a motion for a summary judgement in the lawsuit by the faction headed by chairman Tim Reeves. A summary judgement, according to Wikipedia , is a “judgement entered by a court for one party and against another party summarily, i.e., without a full trial.” The article continues, explaining that a party “applying for summary judgement is attempting to avoid the time and expense of a trial when the outcome is obvious”.
For history of this long-running and contentious dispute, IPR has at least 50 articles, stretching back to March of 2011. You can find them by putting “Libertarian Party Oregon” in the searchbox.
In addition to the motion itself, there have been letters to the court written by the individual defendants. Those are available to read at the end of the motion.