permanent injunction


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permanent injunction

n. a final order of a court that a person or entity refrain from certain activities permanently or take certain actions (usually to correct a nuisance) until completed. A permanent injunction is distinguished from a "preliminary" injunction which the court issues pending the outcome of a lawsuit or petition asking for the "permanent" injunction. (See: injunction, preliminary injunction, temporary injunction)

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9, the United States and Devany filed a proposed stipulated order for permanent injunction and civil penalty judgment, by which they agreed to resolve the litigation as between those two parties.
There is also some evidence that the current status quo (both preliminary and permanent injunctions being more difficult to obtain) might change.
Finkielsztein further stated that his company intends to enforce the district court's judgment and permanent injunction.
Additionally, the company said that the permanent injunction was in the trade secret misappropriation, copyright infringement and tortious interference action and this now prohibits M3 from using, marketing, selling, distributing, licensing, modifying, servicing, copying, or offering for sale or license a number of products, besides ordering it to pay Aspen USD11.
As to Cisco Systems, the lower court's permanent injunction was reinstated with immediate effect as to all of the bus converters for which SynQor has a technically qualified replacement.
After finding that Innova's OSA infringes 9 of the 13 claims in Proveris's 6,785,400 patent, in May 2007 the court entered a permanent injunction that prohibits Innova, its officers, employees, directors, agents, lawyers, and all persons acting in concert with them from:
The permanent injunction Order prohibits HemCon and parties acting in concert with it, including HemCon's distributors, from making, using, selling, offering to sell, distributing, or importing into the United States certain HemCon products that have already been determined by the Court to infringe Marine Polymer's patent - the HEMCON[R] BANDAGE (4" x 4", 2" x 2", and 2" x 4"), CHITOFLEX[TM] Dressings, HEMCON[R] DENTAL DRESSINGS (10 mm x 12 mm and 1" x 3"), and "any other products which are no more than colorably different from these infringing products.
Two Oxnard car dealerships must pay a total of $70,000 in civil penalties under a judgment and permanent injunction issued Monday by Ventura Superior Court Judge Roland Purnell.
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The district court granted summary judgment in favor of the prisoner and issued a permanent injunction against the defendants.
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