illegal restraint

See: detainer
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A former associate director with Singapore-based Deutsche Morgan Grenfell, the investment banking arm of Deutsche Bank, has accused the bank of illegal restraint of work and salary arrears.
The US can argue that China s Great Firewall -- a system of filters and bottlenecks that effectively shutters the country within its own intranet -- is an illegal restraint on international trade because it bars foreign companies from competing, via the Internet, in the vast Chinese market," argues Peter Scheer, executive director of the First Amendment Coalition.
The lawyer had earlier argued that the petitioner had challenged the illegal restraint on his freedom of movement and liberty imposed by the government under the garb of security, submitting that the government was relying on an illegal document called protocol to impose security on the petitioner.
Such a bifurcation by FIFA would also have a better chance of withstanding future claims by agents that the regulations constitute an illegal restraint on trade.
Police officers detained persons suspected in blackmailing, illegal arms storing, and illegal restraint of the person, Kyrgyz Ministry's of Internal Affairs press service reported.
Bavarian had launched legal action claiming that by allowing pubs to effectively exclude its beers from the British market, UK law created an illegal restraint on trade.
Weinberg is seeking damages for fraud, tortious interference with existing contracts, tortious interference with prospective business relations, illegal restraint of trade in violation of the Texas Free Enterprise and Antitrust Act of 1983, and a civil conspiracy among certain defendants.
And it was this self-same rule book that director general Borrie denounced as an illegal restraint on trade.
Precise numbers of children and young people subject to these illegal restraint techniques are not known, but it was estimated by Mr Justice Foskett that as many as 25% of restraint incidents may have been unlawful.
At the district court level, the court held that the NCAA's television bylaws represented an illegal restraint on output, and that the NCAA, in its allocation of television rights, illegally "maintain[ed] mechanisms fox" punishing cartel members who [sought] to stray from these production quotas.
It is an illegal restraint of trade to prevent clubs sacking managers if they see fit.
With UK Athletics backing, he now plans to challenge the BOA ban under European human rights laws, alleging illegal restraint of trade.