On August 30th, the Tenth Circuit vacated the trial court's sua sponte preliminary injunction requiring ClearOne to advance the legal fees and costs incurred by its former CEO who faced criminal securities fraud charges. The trial court misread the parties' agreement which provided that legal fees would be advanced upon certain conditions. Those conditions did not make the contract illusory and even if it did, the remedy was to decline enforcement, not to rewrite it. Flood v. ClearOne Communications, Inc.