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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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There is a growing trend among state and particularly federal courts to entertain requests for injunctive relief in connection with an arbitration.
Rule 23(b) (11) allows for injunctive remedies under all three
In the literature, a plethora of studies on injunctive norms have been conducted on the college student population, but only a few studies on this topic have focused specifically on college student-athletes.
For this reason, the SEC often has followed the injunctive route in actions against accounting firms even though it is less than ideal.
While injunctive relief actions are effective in curing temporary problems and sending a message regarding the need for future compliance, some franchisees are unwilling or unable to comply with system standards.
Both courts interpreted the Garrett footnote to allow injunctive relief for state workers, but the Mississippi court denied such relief on narrow procedural grounds.
CMA Files Suit for Injunctive Relief Against Major Health Plans Under Federal RICO Laws.
Grant the same type of injunctive relief available in private suits;
With its lawsuit, Cisco is seeking injunctive relief to prevent Apple from copying Cisco's iPhone trademark.
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.
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.
In January 2004, Diomed commenced legal action in the United States Federal District Court for the District of Massachusetts against AngioDynamics, seeking injunctive relief and damages for infringement of Diomed's pioneering United States Patent Number 6,398,777 which covers the endovascular laser treatment of varicose veins.
Ampersand is seeking unspecified actual and punitive damages, injunctive relief and attorneys' fees.
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.