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Module 2 1 Running Head: Module 2 Allen Brown Ethical and Legal Issues in Business BUS-340 Module Two Exercise May 05, 2010
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Module 2 2 1) Explorica Inc. v. EF Cultural Travel (Chapter 5, Question 9.) By definition “A preliminary injunction is a court order made in the early stages of a lawsuit or petition which prohibits the parties from doing an act in order to preserve the status quo until a pending ruling or outcome. In order to obtain a preliminary injunction, a plaintiff must demonstrate both (1) that it will suffer irreparable harm if the motion is not granted and (2) either (a) a likelihood that it will succeed on the merits of the action or (b) a sufficiently serious question going to the merits at the litigation and the balance of hardships tipping decidedly in plaintiff's favor.” (US Legal, 2001- 2010, p. [preliminary injunction]) I believe that Explorica Inc. was in the right to request and receive a preliminary injunction to prevent EF from continuing to use the “scraper” program and
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