An injunction is a court order stating that a company must do something or seize from doing a certain action. Injunctions are often granted when monetary damages are not sufficient to remedy a given situation. For example, an industrial plant dumping waste into a lake may be served an injunction to stop that activity. Different types of injunctions can be served. A preliminary injunction may be given in order to stop a corporation from doing a certain activity temporary while the lawsuit is still pending. If the corporation were to be found guilty, then a permanent injunction would likely be served.
The content on our website is only meant to provide general information and is not legal advice. We make our best efforts to make sure the information is accurate, but we cannot guarantee it. Do not rely on the content as legal advice. For assistance with legal problems or for a legal inquiry please contact you attorney.