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Client’s Business Operating Again after Court Vacated Previous Injunction Order

After successfully intervening in a lawsuit brought by a client’s competitor against a local county commission seeking to enforce a watershed protection zoning ordinance, Bloom Sugarman successfully argued that a prior preliminary injunction levied against its client in that lawsuit should be vacated in its entirety because the evidentiary hearing was conducted without proper notice. The injunction had shut down our client’s operations entirely for almost eight months and was threatening to put it out of business permanently due to the economic losses it sustained during the injunction period. The Court agreed with Bloom Sugarman’s arguments and vacated its own Order, allowing our client’s business operations to resume pending the outcome of the full trial scheduled for later this year.

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