Court Of Chancery Limits Contractual Right To An Injunction
Practitioners often assume that if they provide a contractual right to an injunction for breach of contract, that the Court is obligated to find such a breach constitutes the irreparable harm that warrants an injunction. Not so fast, holds this decision.
Instead, such a contractual provision is but evidence of irreparable harm that the Court is not obligated to accept. The presence of irreparable harm still must be shown to get an injunction.