Injunctions

In many commercial cases one party will request an injunction to prevent some action by the other party. Circuit judges in Michigan have the power to order people and corporations not to take certain actions at the request of a party. Courts will enter injunctions when money damages are very difficult to prove or when allowing the action to be taken will be so devastating that the business might never recover. In most cases where an injunction is sought, the party asking for the injunction will also ask the court to issue a preliminary injunction before all of the facts are in so that the damage is not done while the case is pending. Injunctions are unusual and extraordinary and typically require an evidentiary hearing with testimony

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