“Irreparable Harm” and legal arguments by analogy and example

Here are the slides from my talk at the 8th quadrennial conference of the International Society for the Study of Argumentation on Thursday, July 3. I figured I’d provide them here for folks interested in the subject. They’ll go by quickly in my talk, as I’m doing them in under 20 mins.

Here are the excerpts of the memoranda and court decision from the case I planned to discuss during the session. These excerpts provide the complete argumentation of each party and the court on whether the plaintiff showed a likelihood of irreparable harm, one of for elements the plaintiff must show to get a preliminary injunction.

If you have questions, please direct them to me via email (“Larson” on the domain “rhetoricked.com”).


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