The issue here was whether the plaintiff could enjoin a competitor’s products post-trial.
Plaintiff sought and received an ex parte TRO and injunction stopping the sale of unlicensed auto seat covers alleged to infringe a design patent.
This case answered the question “what happens after Judge Albright denies a preliminary injunction?”
The court denied the request, finding that delay in requesting relief obviated the irreparable harm element.
I can’t say this was a highlight of our anniversary trip to NYC, but it definitely occurred during it. So what does it mean?
Yes, we have a case on that now.
This order provides a good example of how to request a bond unsuccessfully.
The court concluded that the defendant substantially complied with the court’s preliminary injunction.
The court granted the motion to transfer based on a forum selection clause and denied the injunction based on delay.
I normally don’t post on unopposed motions, but when they are only granted in part, it is worth seeing why.