Euler Posted March 9, 2023 at 04:59 AM Share Posted March 9, 2023 at 04:59 AM Well, that was fast. Order said: ... ... While Bevis -- on appeal after Judge Kendall declined to issue a preliminary injunction -- will reach the Seventh Circuit first, there is no guarantee that it will be resolved in a way that resolves this case, too. That leaves this case as the first one likely to reach the Seventh Circuit after a final judgment, on a fully-developed record. Given the importance of the issues and the substantial attention to the issue presented here, the public interest weighs in favor of presenting a case with substantial record to the Court of Appeals as quickly as possible. This case provides the best vehicle. ... On reflection, the judge telegraphed her decision during the hearing when she asked about staying the Viramontes case only until after the Bevis injunction. She's pretty matter-of-fact about her decision getting appealed, whichever way it goes. Also she appears intent on creating the best decision in her court for the 7th Circuit to review. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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