Originally published by Leiza Dolghih.
Last month, the Dallas Court of Appeals ruled on two temporary injunction orders – one was affirmed (i.e. it continued to be enforce) and the other one was dissolved (i.e. it was declared void). What was the key difference? The first injunction, in HMS Holdings Corp., et al. v. Public Consulting Group, Inc., complied with all the requirements set out in the Texas Rules of Civil Procedure, but the second injunction, in Medi-Lynx Monitoring, Inc., et al. v. AMI Monitoring, Inc., did not, so it was dissolved. This means that all the hard work, time and money that went into getting ready for the temporary injunction hearing and obtaining the order from the district court judge, was all for naught.
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