TRO or Preliminary Injunction in Employment Cases: Strategize, Prepare and Execute in Court
November 10, 2020
Time: 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
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Michele Choe, Wheeler Trigg O'Donnell, and
Steven Gutierrez, Holland & Hart
CDLA Members Only Please / 1 hour CLE approved
Injunctive relief is an important remedy used in many kinds of cases, including employment, trade secret, and non-compete cases. Courts issue injunctive relief in order to require or prevent a party from taking certain actions that may cause injury for which monetary damages would not adequately compensate a plaintiff. Injunctive relief can be issued by a court before the merits case is decided. Preparing for a hearing to obtain a temporary restraining order (TRO) or preliminary injunction (PI) can be challenging because of the generally short timeframe from the time the motion is filed to the hearing.
Join us for an interactive discussion on how to prepare for some of the difficulties early on, including decisions on whether to seek a TRO or PI, tailoring the complaint to the elements you will need to establish to obtain preliminary injunctive relief, and whether to address expedited discovery to gain critically important evidence to support your claims.
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