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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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Courts have historically upheld the evenhandedness of the National Arbitration Forum's Code of Procedure, holding that it provides "the full range of remedies available under controlling law," that "all legal remedies and injunctive relief are available to the parties," and that "any relief available in a judicial forum would also be available in arbitration (administered by NAF).
In a related case, Onsite was named as a defendant in a lawsuit for declaratory and injunctive relief filed by Cogenex in the federal district court for the District of Massachusetts.
Supreme Court has ordered the District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia to reconsider its denial of permanent injunctive relief for MercExchange, LLC, stemming from eBay, Inc.
The lawsuit seeks monetary and injunctive relief on behalf of the adversely affected retirees, spouses, surviving spouses and dependents and an award of attorneys' fees and court costs.
The complaint states claims for unfair competition under the Federal Lanham Act and Georgia Law, resulting from defendants' false and misleading claims and statements about its own and Tishcon's Q-GEL(R) Coenzyme Q10 products and seeks damages and injunctive relief.
The court issued the preliminary injunction, since the fund proved it was entitled to injunctive relief.
With respect to Plaintiffs' request for injunctive relief, while the Court found that Plaintiffs are entitled to limited injunctive relief, the Court's decision provides Sprint Nextel greater flexibility than the Forbearance Agreement that the parties have operated under since last July.
In the lawsuit, Hologic seeks injunctive relief and damages in connection with Lunar's infringement of two Hologic patents, a declaration that three Lunar patents are not infringed by Hologic products and are invalid and unenforceable and injunctive relief and damages in connection with Lunar's dissemination of false and misleading information which misrepresents and disparages the quality of Hologic's bone densitometry products.
The district court dismissed some claims, entered summary judgment in favor of the defendants on other claims, and granted injunctive relief to the prisoner on the one remaining claim.
The definition of perceived norms is challenging to interpret in the college alcohol literature because it is comprised of two distinct sub-components: 1) descriptive norms and 2) injunctive norms.
The appeals court held that fact issues, as to whether the prisoner was afforded basic levels of humane care and hygiene, precluded summary judgment on the prisoner's [section] 1983 claims for monetary damages and injunctive relief under the Eighth Amendment.
NYSE: TZA; BMV: TVAZTCA), one of the two largest producers of Spanish language television programming in the world, announced today that on or around August 27, 2004, the staff of the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) issued Wells Notices to TV Azteca and certain executives and directors of the company, alleging violations of the US federal securities laws, and stating the intention of the staff to recommend that the SEC bring a civil injunctive action against TV Azteca.
Although he reduced the damages award, Judge Shabaz also entered injunctive relief in favor of the plaintiffs.
The Securities and Exchange Commission failed in its request for broad injunctive relief against Price Waterhouse for the firm's alleged failure to audit AM International, Inc.