Plaintiffs are often confronted with the dilemma of prolonged litigation vis-a-vis losing their business to trademark infringement, competition, etc. Preliminary relief in some instances, along with other litigation tactics, might help such plaintiffs. Preliminary relief is a litigation tactic often deployed after receiving a temporary restraining order on an ex-parte basis by plaintiff. The success or failure of a preliminary equitable relief could help or drastically harm the litigation. In this article, we explore, in some depth, the statutory authority and criteria for seeking preliminary equitable relief.
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