injunction

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injunction

[injungk′shən]
Etymology: L, injungere, to enjoin
a court order that prevents a party from performing a specified act.

injunction

(ĭn-jŭnk′shŭn) [L. injungere, to fasten, join]
A court order prohibiting an individual from performing some act or demanding that a person begin to perform some act.
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Defendants, New Jersey Superior Court Judge Linda Feinberg ordered sanctions against Princeton Professor Andrew Appel for twice violating the protective order put in place for all parties to this case regarding the examination of Sequoia's voting equipment used in the State of New Jersey and the associated expert reports produced by the Plaintiffs, Defendants and Sequoia Voting Systems, who was joined to this case for the purposes of discovery.
Another part of the proposed rule clarifies that a party may intervene in a case solely for the purpose of challenging a protective order.
1997), the court denied the apex protective order for the chairman of Federated Department Stores because the contract at issue "grew out of discussions that involved [the apex official]," the apex official was involved in "10 to 20 meetings on the subject" and to "say that only discussions of contractual language are relevant and that discussions of concepts are not is simply absurd.
A protective order covering discovered documents in a suit by the Philippines government against Westinghouse for its shoddy construction of a nuclear plant shielded evidence concerning Westinghouse agents' efforts to bribe and improperly influence Marcos regime officials.
Hope Cards are provided free of charge by the Indiana Attorney General's Office to the petitioner named in the protective order.
Day 9: Lawmakers passed several bills that will expand protective orders to include pets and victims of teen dating violence, sexual assault and stalking.
When a protective order has not been issued, the GAO permits the agency to withhold from the parties the portions of its report that would be subject to a protective order.
After suit was filed, the Regians filed a motion for a protective order seeking to (1) prevent Dr.
The plaintiffs sought a protective order barring the defendant from asking questions directly related to immigration status and limiting questions that might relate indirectly, said Ho.
These alternatives might include preparation of a statistical summary or the production of the information either in camera or subject to a protective order.
Other department personnel arrive and provide the victim with the telephone number of a local shelter and with information on securing a protective order against her boyfriend.
Natalie went to court and obtained a protective order.

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