Tag: preliminary injunction

Restaurateurs Serve Up Accusations of Piggish Misconduct
Scott Harris, founder and chef of the Purple Pig, sued fellow members and investors. According to the lawsuit, the defendants were embezzling revenues, destroying records, diluting Harris’ ownership, and freezing [...]
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Update: Citizens of Irwindale, California Add Additional Count of Breach of Contract to Claims against…
Back in November, we wrote a blog post in our Emergency Business Litigation blog that discussed a lawsuit against Sriracha Hot Sauce. In the lawsuit, citizens of the town of Irwindale (where [...]
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Usefulness of Preliminary Injunction in a Shareholder Dispute
In the world of shareholder disputes, which can be complex even for experienced attorneys, a preliminary injunction or TRO is sometimes the only way to prevent serious and irreversible harm [...]
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Co-founder of Maker Studios Daniel Zappin Sues the Company
Daniel Zappin founded Maker Studios, a company that creates programming for channels on Youtube, in 2009. Since then the company has seen tremendous growth, including a $36 million dollar investment [...]
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Penney’s, Macy’s, and Martha: Breach of Contract?
Our blog post yesterday discussed breaches of contract and the remedies associated. One thing we mentioned was the fact that there are many different types of contracts and many different [...]
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Patent Litigators: If You Need a Preliminary Injunction, Where You File Your Case Matters
A recent report from LegalMetric Research reveals that success rates on contested preliminary injunction motions in patent cases is 30% nationwide. But did you know that the success rate varies [...]
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Preliminary vs. Permanent Injunctions
If a patentee plaintiff wins his patent infringement suit, he may not necessarily be awarded a permanent injunction against the defendant. Of course, this seems somewhat strange, since the whole [...]
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