An injunction hearing in Texas state court is similar to a bench trial. Depending on the Court’s preferences, both parties may offer opening and closing remarks. The party with the burden of proof on the injunction, in this case Company A, will offer its evidence and then Jordan James has the opportunity to offer any evidence she would like the court to consider. This may consist of deposition testimony, live testimony in the courtroom, and the offering of documents into evidence.
After presentation of the evidence, the Judge determines whether Company A is entitled to a temporary injunction. In the Company A/Jordan James dispute three individuals testified: James, her supervisor at Company A, and a law firm client of Company A’s. The Court after considering the evidence, denied the injunction.