Mitchell, Brewer, Richards, Adams, Burge & Boughman, PLLC v. Brewer, April 8, 2008 (Jolly)(unpublished)

The Court denied the entry of a preliminary injunction in a case involving the dissolution of a law firm.  The injunction would have prevented the defendants from distributing to themselves the proceeds from contingent fees cases in which the plaintiffs claimed an interest. 

The Court held that "[t]he Plaintiffs have not made a convincing showing that they either are likely to sustain irreparable loss unless the injunction is issued, or that such relief is necessary for the protection of their rights during the course of litigation.  Plaintiffs' contentions in this regard are implausible.  Their claim for an accounting will not be affected by the issuance or denial of the injunction sought; and their claims for money damages are adequately provided for at law, and are weak grounds for the issuance of an injunction."

Full Opinion

Brief In Support Of Motion For Preliminary Injunction

Brief In Opposition To Motion For Preliminary Injunction

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