Thursday, April 16, 2009

Permanent Injunction Must Specify Reasons for Entry

In Premier Lab Supply, Inc. v. Chemplex Indus., Inc. (4D07-3933) the Fourth DCA reversed the entry of a permanent injunction because "Based on the clear wording of the rule [Rule 1.610 (c)], the specificity requirement applies to both temporary and permanent injunctions." The injunction failed to specify the reasons for its entry and, therefore, was improper. The court also discussed trade secrets and the plaintiff's successful claim.


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