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 A court granting ex parte temporary injunctive relief is generally required by Rule 65(b) to hold a hearing on a preliminary injunction, a more permanent form of injunctive relief available to protect a party from irreparable injury, at the earliest possible time to protect the adverse party from prejudice or injury resulting from the injunction. See 11A Charles Alan Wright, Arthur R. Miller & Mary Kay Kane, Federal Practice and Procedure § 2953 (2d ed. 1995). Likewise, the party requesting injunctive relief also has certain duties it must abide: 'The party who obtained the restraining order must proceed with the application for a preliminary injunction when the motion therefor comes on for a hearing; if the party does not, the court must dissolve the order.' Id. at § 2952.A TRO without a definitive end date automatically expires unless extended upon a showing of good cause. Fed.R.Civ.P. 65(b). 

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