Injunction Reversed for Lack of Specificity

In this memorandum opinion, the Court found that the trial court’s temporary injunction preventing the defendants from disclosing, among other things, “techniques,”  “materials,” “confidential information” and “proprietary information,” was not specific enough to meet the  requirements of TRCP 683, which requires that an injunction shall “describe in reasonable detail . . . the acts sought to be restrained.”

Ramirez v. Ignite Holdings

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