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a formal command or admonition

(law) a judicial remedy issued in order to prohibit a party from doing or continuing to do a certain activity

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78) The Celerity court characterized the defendant's burden as needing to provide evidence "that would require the Court to deny a protective order preventing the depositions of Shimmon and Murphy.
In addition, using information is this manner is not permitted by the GAO's standard protective order without the GAO's permission.
Last year, a New York trial court severely criticized a manufacturer's proposed protective order.
By utilizing these databases, attorneys can monitor their cases and keep track of all related deadlines, such as those that follow publishing a notice of investigation, filing an application for release of proprietary information under protective order, filing a petition for reconsideration, and service of the initial determination of the Administrative Law Judge.
patients illegally import prescription drugs are all over the Web, but would you expect to find them in a magazine published by the Benevolent and Protective Order of the Elks of the USA?
It turns out all those silly-sounding civic associations--ranging from the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks and the Eastern Star to the Knights of Pythias and the Loyal Order of Moose--were critical.
A defendant seeking to avoid such discovery may file a motion for a protective order.
Although victims may apply for a protective order before police intervention, many victims first learn about protective orders as a result of police intervention.
The materials are under protective order barring their publication and also will be given to the Ramseys, The Associated Press reported.
From this premise they conclude that a stipulated protective order must be revised by the Board to provide protection for deposition testimony, and that Enforcement Counsel must be ordered to "cease and desist" such alleged abuse.
In addition, the reauthorization provides legal representation for victims of domestic and sexual abuse in custody, child support, and protective order hearings.
If the court orders disclosure, the prosecutor should argue that the disclosure be made under a protective order limiting the persons with whom the defense may share the information and directing that all materials the prosecution provides to the defense during the case be returned at the end of the trial.
Counsel, who should be present, may want to temporarily block the search by seeking a protective order if its scope includes trade secrets or financial information of a confidential nature.
These alternatives -- such as preparation of a statistical summary or the production of the information either in camera or subject to a protective order -- would satisfy the court's need for information necessary to adjudicate the disparate treatment claim without identifying particular taxpayers.
13] In determining whether an apex motion for protective order will be granted, many courts look to the guidelines established by the Texas Supreme Court in Crown Central Petroleum Corp.
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