The October issue of our Irish Civil Litigation Update is now live. This update contains three case notes across different practice areas, including an interesting section on interlocutory injunctions which would prohibit the appellant from making demands pursuant to facility letters. An excerpt from this section reads:
'The appellant had sought to have the interlocutory injunction set aside in the High Court on the basis there was no longer a basis for maintaining. The respondent on the other hand contended that although the decision in Flynn had disposed of the good faith and fair dealing issue, this was not the only basis on which the High Court had determined that a fair issue was raised for the purpose of the interlocutory injunction application. The respondent argued that there was still other outstanding claims such as a claim of conspiracy, claims of misuse of confidential information and claims for inducement of breach of contract and intentional interference with economic interests.'
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