Unformatted text preview: Case 16.6 – Injunction Question 1: Is an Injunction an appropriate remedy in this case? In this case, an Injunction is not an appropriate remedy. Beverly Glen initially sought an injunction against Anita Baker in order to prevent her from performing with Warner. The courts denied the injunction because it violated the Thirteenth Amendment’s prohibition of involuntary servitude. A person cannot be forced to perform a personal service either by injunction or enforcement of a contract. It was at that point that Beverly Glen decided to seek an injunction against Warner in order to prevent them from representing Baker. The court found that this was a back door way of having an injunction against Baker and that it was too harsh to deny Baker of her livelihood in order to force her to go back to Beverly Glen....
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- Fall '15
- Business Law, Judicial remedies, Liz Claiborne, Involuntary servitude, Thirteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution