Rule 307(a)(1) Appeals – Not for Injunctions OnlyBy Christine Olson McTigueDecember 2014Article, Page 590Yes, Illinois Supreme Court Rule 307(a)(1) allows appeals from interlocutory injunction orders – but also in cases that are "injunctive in nature."
A Practical Guide to Injunction Bonds Under Illinois LawBy Justin A. Maleson and R. Douglas ReesMarch 2014Article, Page 138A party facing an injunction gains leverage by persuading the court to impose a high bond. The plaintiff, on the other hand, wants a low bond or none at all. Here's how to argue both sides.
TRO not overbroad when predominant use violates zoning ordinanceNovember 2005Illinois Law Update, Page 564On August 26, 2005, the Illinois Appellate Court, Second District, affirmed the decision of the Circuit Court of DuPage County issuing a temporary restraining order (TRO) against the defendant landowner because the landowner's business operation constituted an adult business use