irreparable harm

irreparable harm

adjective beyond recall, incurrble effect, irreclaimable damage, irrecoverable effect, irreeeemable impairment, irretrievable effect, irretrievable innury, irreversible effect, irrevocable damage
Associated concepts: Latham Act, Patent Act, permanent innunctions, preliminary injunctions, temporary restraining orrers, Uniform Trade Secret Act
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The gold and minerals that can be extracted from the Arco Minero will be insufficient to compensate for the irreparable harm to Venezuela's Carom Basin.
Chhabria said he will not issue a restraining order to protect the insurers from harm as a result of the mid-year halt in CSR payments, because "financial harm is almost never irreparable harm.
Consequently, additional H-2B visas were made available to American businesses that could establish they would likely suffer irreparable harm if they could not hire all the H-2B workers requested in their FY 2017 petitions.
In it, they claimed CW Capital's acceptance of $566 million in sale-related and service fees would cause the lenders irreparable harm.
In 2006, the Supreme Court rejected the notion that there is a presumption of irreparable harm upon a showing of infringement regarding whether to grant a permanent injunction in patent cases in eBay v.
In order to secure an injunction, litigants must satisfy four different elements: that there is a likelihood of irreparable harm with no adequate remedy at law; that the balance of harm favors the movant; that there is a likelihood of success on the merits of the case; and that the public interest favors the granting of the injunction.
13) The test utilized by a majority of courts (majority test) to decide whether to issue a preliminary injunction has three parts: the likelihood of the moving party's success on the merits, the threat of irreparable harm to the moving party, and the balance of the harms between the parties.
The injunction could be revisited if irreparable harm becomes imminent.
The suit also claims pesticides known as neonicotinoids are causing irreparable harm to honey bees.
This Court has little doubt that, in short order, the Khroma Beauty products will likely eliminate Tillett's business entirely, creating irreparable harm to justify an injunction.
Petitioners failed to identify any claimed irreparable harm attributable to the DNR rules," the court said.