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I love preliminary injunctions because they’re fun. When you’re working with a client on a preliminary injunction, it is the most intense client relationship you can experience. You come out the other side with a great relationship; but that’s because, in a legal sense, you just went to war. You will be talking every day, sometimes for several hours, so it’s quite a commitment – both in terms of monetary cost and also the mental cost. That latter element is often not sufficiently accounted for on the business side.

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