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In the action, Wintergreen alleges claims for declaratory judgment and injunctive relief, and also moved for a speedy hearing and to shorten the time for defendants to respond to discovery requests.
A claimant may seek injunctive relief either pre-arbitration in connection with an action to enforce an arbitration agreement, or post-arbitration in connection with a proceeding to confirm an arbitration award.
and scholars as such: the prospective injunctive remedy--that is, the
In its 2014 ruling that denied the issuance of an injunctive relief, the CA said that aside from the fact that courts are banned from issuing injunctive reliefs like a temporary restraining order (TRO) against the government's infrastructure projects, MRTC and MRT Holdings II failed to show that they would incur injury with the purchase of the LRVs from the Dalian Locomotive and Rolling Stock of China.
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The group filed a class action lawsuit against the company, seeking injunctive relief.
In the past, the SEC has had the choice of bringing administrative proceedings (before an administrative law judge) or injunctive proceedings (before a federal court judge) against auditors of public companies, and it retains that choice.
The typical cost of the entire injunctive relief action should be no more than a few thousand dollars.
If a company is sued, its general liability contract pays only for actual damages, not for the defense of claims seeking injunctive relief to stop its use of the materials in question.
In addition to compensatory damages, the plaintiffs sought injunctive relief, disgorgement, and punitive damages.
Garrett, a federal appeals court affirmed that state employees may sue state officials for injunctive relief under Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
Filing for injunctive relief under the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO), CMA alleges that the health plans have used coercive, unfair, and fraudulent means to dominate and control physician-patient relationships for their own financial gain.