Introduction to Preliminary Injunctive Relief


This is the third student presentation of this semester. It deals with the interesting question of preliminary injunctive relief. When is a party entitled to ask a Court to enjoin some activity prior to the trial itself? The equitable requirements for this type of relief vary somewhat from state to state. Nonetheless, there is also a whole lot of uniformity among the states, and the Federal Courts, about the elements of proof necessary under SCRCP or FRCP 65 as to what may be necessary. This next case, from the Re & Re Casebook, illustrates some of the very interesting questions that can arise in this area of law.

The students did an excellent job with this presentation.  

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