Does an injunction have to specifically identify the restricted customers and confidential information?
Is the balance of hardships relevant in a non-compete lawsuit?
Does misappropriation of trade secrets create a presumption of irreparable injury in Texas?
File a non-compete lawsuit too soon, and you may not have evidence of imminent harm. But file it too late and . . .
Most non-competes have an “ipso facto” clause saying a breach is grounds for an injunction. Is that binding on the judge?
These Texas non-compete injunction cases show you need to be prepared to offer evidence of “imminent harm” and “irreparable injury,” even if judges don’t always require it.
Did You Get the Digits? Judge Grants Preliminary Injunction in Houston College of Law Trademark Litigation
Why Judge Ellison found a likelihood of “initial-interest confusion” in the Houston College of Law trademark case
Highland Capital case shows what evidence is needed to uphold a Texas trade secrets injunction
The first case applying the new federal Defend Trade Secrets Act, Henry Schein v. Cook, was notable for how ordinary it was.
“Litigation Is Not a Game”: Texas Case Shows How Not to Enforce an Injunction in Non-Compete Litigation
A typical non-compete case somehow went off the tracks. Avoid these mistakes when trying to enforce an injunction in a non-compete case.