Some would say keeping a software license alive by an injunction is like requiring specific performance of a contract – something courts don’t like to do. However, a recent Ontario decision appears to have done about just that, by relying on its discretion to grant “terms” according to Ontario Rule 37.13(1) in extending an interim injunction for six months, despite the plaintiff failing to justify its request for an interlocutory injunction to trial. … Continue Reading
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