Sometimes—often at the beginning of a case—you need the court to take immediate action to protect your client’s interests or to maintain the status quo while the litigation progresses. This webinar discusses procedures and strategies for obtaining temporary restraining orders and preliminary injunctions. The topics discussed include the procedural and substantive requirements for obtaining TROs and preliminary injunctions, some best practices for how to succeed on motions seeking TROs and preliminary injunctions, and how to challenge and defeat those motions.
Steven Reingold represents companies and their owners, executives, directors, and officers in complex disputes involving a wide variety of different industries. Drawing on more than two decades of experience as… Read More
Jonathan Horne is an associate in the firm’s Litigation Department and Bankruptcy and Creditors’ Rights Group. In his bankruptcy practice, Jonathan represents businesses and individuals in all aspects of the… Read More
Mr. Hellerman is a seasoned business litigation attorney, representing individuals and companies in a wide range of business disputes ranging from breach of contract to emergent litigation arising out of restrictive… Read More