What Is A Preliminary Injunction?
A preliminary injunction is a legal restraint ordered by a court and is designed to maintain the current situation / "status quo" pending the hearing and determination of a legal dispute. In business litigation in both New York and New Jersey preliminary injunctions are critical remedies that, in many instances, protect a business from what is alleged to be the wrongful or illegal acts of a third party. Preliminary injunctions are necessary forms of relief in New York and New Jersey in cases involving trademark infringement, breach of restrictive covenants and non-compete agreements, breach of partnership agreements and actions involving tortious interference with contract.
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