Modis, Inc. v. Palmer
Minute Entry of Motion Hearing before Judge Philip A. Brimmer held on 9/14/2009. Motion for Preliminary Injunction 9 is GRANTED. Defendant is restrained and enjoined from soliciting, calling or attempting to call any Modis clients, business, established or prospective Modis clients she served or solicited while employed by Modis from September 14, 2009 to August 17, 2010. (Court Reporter Janet Coppock) (pabcd) Modified on 9/17/2009 to correct typographical error (ebs, ).
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLORADO JUDGE PHILIP A. BRIMMER COURTROOM MINUTES Courtroom Deputy: Kathy Preuitt-Parks Court Reporter: Janet Coppock Date: September 14, 2009 Time: 55 minutes
CASE NO. 09-cv-01541-PAB-KMT Parties MODIS, INC., Plaintiff (s), vs. KERRY PALMER, Defendant (s). James Kilroy Jermaine Carroll Counsel Bennett Cohen
CONTINUED HEARING ON MOTION FOR PRELIMINARY INJUNCTION 1:36 p.m. COURT IN SESSION
APPEARANCES OF COUNSEL. Defendant Kerry Palmer is present. Corey Eberly, representative of the plaintiff is also present. Plaintiff's Amended Motion for Preliminary Injunction (Doc #9), filed 7/29/09. Court states its findings of fact and conclusions of law.
Page Two 09-cv-01451-PAB-KMT September 14, 2009 ORDERED: Plaintiff's Amended Motion for Preliminary Injunction (Doc #9), filed 7/29/09 is GRANTED as limited by plaintiff's concession at the September 11, 2009 hearing. ORDERED: Defendant Kerry Palmer is hereby restrained and enjoined from soliciting, contacting, calling upon or attempting to call upon for any Modis clients or business which competes with Modis, any established or prospective Modis clients she served or solicited while employed by Modis in the market area at any time during the lesser of the 12 months immediately prior to her termination of employment with Modis or the terms of her employment if less than 12 months, from this date until August 17, 2010. 2:31 p.m. COURT IN RECESS 55 minutes
Total in court time: Hearing continued
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