Yes, this is the Waco federal courthouse. Just not any more.
The plaintiff sought an injunction preventing completion of a pipeline.
No, seriously there are competing Christmas caroling companies. With copyrights and everything.
Like the wallpaper in this case which emulated the Japanese art of repaired pottery, the harm in the case was not irreparable.
Once upon time there was a design patent about a gnome.
Which is best explained by a brief detour into White House history (as this is a federal case now).
Injunctive relief cases are rare, but always worth reviewing, because when a client asks you if one is available, time is often of the essence.
If you need to know the procedural steps for obtaining a TRO, extending it, and then obtaining a preliminary injunction, this is a pretty good primer.
A case involving suspension of a provider’s Medicare reimbursement payments generated three orders on motions to dismiss, to seal and for injunctive relief from the EDTX’ new judge in Beaumont.
This question and more are answered in the attached order resolving a motion to dismiss in a pharmaceutical case asserting (1) lack of personal jurisdiction; (2) improper venue; and (3) the first to file rule.