The injunction is a powerful tool.  Some notable and controversial injunctions include mandatory school desegregation, injunctions against gang members, and the Pullman labor dispute of of 1894.  The burden of proof to obtain an injunction is high.  However, decisions made applying injunction factor tests can be difficult to predict.  Counsel’s ability to quickly analyze the facts, determine if an injunction is appropriate, prepare pleadings and motions in accord with local rules, file and argue the motion (usually ex parte) will, at least temporarily, determine his or her client’s fate.

This blog is created to celebrate the injunction, to track trial court decisions and appellate case law on injunctions, to provide a resource for substantive case law on injunctive relief, and, hopefully, to give you reason to think and laugh.

We hope you enjoy the blog and welcome feedback to wes@wesleyfew.com  Follow on Twitter @WesFewSC

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