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This Note proposes, as a matter of effective regulation and advancing workers' rights, that injunctive relief be made generally available in private wage theft actions and aggressively pursued in states where it exists.
There is a growing trend among state and particularly federal courts to entertain requests for injunctive relief in connection with an arbitration.
Injunctive relief can be broadly categorized as being either
Synapse opposed the suit, arguing that the plaintiffs couldn't seek injunctive relief because they wouldn't suffer any future damages.
Tyson will pay $500,000 to resolve all monetary and injunctive relief issues in the case, including all claims for back pay.
In contrast to penalties, we found that both the value of estimated injunctive relief and the amount of pollution reduction reported by EPA generally increased.
In 2000, several Ohio and Michigan citizens (collectively, "Cuno") brought suit in the Lucas County, Ohio, Common Pleas Court, for declaratory and injunctive relief contending that Ohio's investment tax credit and the property tax exemption were unconstitutional.
THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW JERSEY ORDERED A STAY ON INJUNCTIVE RELIEF AGAINST DR.
She also sought injunctive relief in the form of a declaration that such restoration of value is owed under Meridian's policy.
The man is also seeking a promotion, back pay, pain and suffering damages, counsel fees, a declaratory judgment and injunctive relief.
The Commission is seeking injunctive relief with respect to all three defendants; disgorgement, pre-judgment interest, civil monetary penalties and penny-stock bar from Gillespie and Wozniak, and with respect to Gillespie only, an officer and director bar.