Rosanne will be speaking in an upcoming Strafford live phone/web seminar entitled “Preliminary Injunctions and TROs in Commercial Disputes” scheduled for Wednesday, February 8, 1:00pm-2:30pm EST. If you register using the this link, you will receive 50% off of the price of the CLE.
Litigants seek preliminary injunctions in the full range of commercial suits to preserve business assets and prevent certain corporate conduct.
Because preliminary injunctions and temporary restraining orders (TROs) are extraordinary remedies, there are tough procedural hurdles and the standards to obtain relief are high. The time frame is extremely short to file for a TRO and many important decisions must be made at the outset of the filing.
The stakes for defeating motions for injunctive relief are great because defendants often risk the loss of vital business activity. Defense approaches must be measured to be effective.
The panelists will prepare counsel to file or defend against motions for preliminary injunctions and TROs. The panel of experienced litigators will examine the standards to obtain or defeat such motions, discuss key procedural aspects, and review appeal considerations.
The panelists will offer their perspectives and guidance on these and other critical questions:
- What cases are particularly suited for emergency orders like preliminary injunctions and temporary restraining orders?
- What constitutes irreparable injury—and when are you entitled to a presumption of irreparable injury?
- How does the status quo affect preliminary injunctive relief?
After the presentations, the panelists will engage in a live question and answer session with participants.