In Bangor Historic Track, 2003 ME 140, P 12, 837 A.2d, the plaintiff sought an injunction to prevent the defendant from publicizing information about its "application for a harness racing license." Id. P 1, 837 A.2d at 130.
It reasoned that disclosing the information while they were in the process of appealing would cause irreparable injury. Id.
The Law Court disagreed, given that plaintiff's evidence consisted of "vague generalities suggesting that disclosure may cause injury," which was not enough to merit an injunction. Id. P 12, 837 A.2d at 133.