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A former employee and her consultants have been granted a preliminary injunction against paparazzi.

Former employee Melissa Sorenson, with the help of former consultant Geraldine Souza, was allegedly targeted by Paparazzi in their first complaint.   

Sorenson initially gained access to the company’s private information by releasing sensitive information, and then continued to gain access to the company’s private information by unlawful access. Sorenson then shared the information with a group of ex-distributors on Facebook.   

The injunction hearing was convened on May 20th, after a Temporary Restraining Order had been issued forbidding the conduct. 

The court granted Paparazzi’s motion for a preliminary injunction because all of the defendants except Burgess were present and none of them had legal representation. 

The reasoning for the court’s ruling can be summarized as follows:   

Preliminary injunctive relief is warranted because Paparazzi has shown a strong possibility that it would prevail on the merits of its breach of contract claim, which is a foundation for preliminary injunctive relief. Without an injunction, as Paparazzi has shown, irreparable harm can be done.

This situation calls for swift action because Paparazzi’s private information has been leaked. Confidential information is extremely difficult to safeguard and recover once it has been disseminated. In addition, the defendants’ public revelation of Paparazzi’s sensitive information resulted in irreparable harm to the company’s reputation.

If competitors use Paparazzi’s proprietary confidential information, Paparazzi’s business reputation will suffer, as will its business relationships with consultants and customers. There’s also the real possibility that some of Paparazzi’s consultants will terminate their relationships with the company.

Sorenson and Paparazzi signed a legally binding secrecy agreement to safeguard the former’s proprietary information and the latter’s operations.

Contract rights, including confidentiality agreements, are in the best interests of the general population. The public also has a strong stake in preserving secret corporate information and the reputations of business owners and executives. Paprazzi’s chances of securing injunctive relief are bolstered by this consideration.   

Permanently enforcing an earlier TRO is now possible thanks to the granted preliminary injunction.    Furthermore, defendants cannot access Paparazzi’s confidential information and then distribute or discuss it, as stated in the indictment.   

I expect settlements to be announced soon, given that the defendants don’t appear to be interested in fighting the case. This case isn’t going to trial, in my opinion.

A former employee and her consultants have been granted a preliminary injunction against paparazzi. Former employee Melissa Sorenson, with the help of former consultant Geraldine Souza, was allegedly targeted by Paparazzi in their first complaint.    Sorenson initially gained access to the company’s private information by releasing sensitive information, and then continued to gain access…

A former employee and her consultants have been granted a preliminary injunction against paparazzi. Former employee Melissa Sorenson, with the help of former consultant Geraldine Souza, was allegedly targeted by Paparazzi in their first complaint.    Sorenson initially gained access to the company’s private information by releasing sensitive information, and then continued to gain access…

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