A federal court recently declined to issue a blanket injunction to thwart the defendant’s campaign to obtain trade secrets information through public records requests, stressing the right and importance of access to public records. The court also pointed out that some jurisdictions — such as Mississippi, which was one of the jurisdictions where the defendant sought documents — have statutes providing a party with an opportunity to seek a court order blocking disclosure, and the plaintiff failed to show that this local protection was inadequate. Therefore, the plaintiff did not demonstrate a strong probability of success on the merits or the likelihood of establishing irreparable harm. Campuseal, Inc. v. Datatel, Inc., 2010 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 133607 (N.D. Ohio, 12/17/10).