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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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Knowing when and if it will be applied is of paramount importance to both plaintiffs considering bringing lawsuit and defendants seeking to use a mark after themselves having been enjoined by a court from using a previous mark that's been judged to be too similar to a competitor's.
In support of the safe distance rule, many courts have recited the concept that a defendant previously found guilty must keep a safe distance away from what might be considered the common-sense margin line of infringement, instead of adopting the practice of getting as close as it can come to that which it has been enjoined from doing.
Neisy Clavelo, and her company, Global Enterprise Business Consulting Corp., Miami, permanently enjoined from engaging in the unlicensed practice of law pursuant to a September 20 court order approving a settlement agreement between the Bar and respondents.
One consistent theme is the secularization of the Restoration mind (Blair Worden's subject, 20-40); religious observance may be as vigorously enjoined, toleration debated, and conformity enforced, but the foundation of political conduct is no longer implicitly faith.
District Court enjoined implementation of Maine Ex holding that it violated both the supremacy clause and the commerce clause.
In 1999 a Superior Court judge enjoined Hamidi from sending any more e-mails to Intel staff, on the ground that doing so constituted a trespass (or, in legalese, a "trespass to chattel"--chattel meaning any movable property).
The temptation to identify the two, to see the artist as an apparatus, a wire eye, or gnomish version of Leonardo's geometric man, was enjoined by the artist's own representative.
In January, the Federal District Court for the Western District of Washington enjoined the distribution of two Streambox products while the case was pending, but declined to issue an injunction against a third product.
Cooper enjoined Amana in 1991 from being terminated as the manufacturer's New York-area distributor.
Accordingly, it should come as no surprise that a solid European institutional basis exists for the historical examination of education writ very large, in the sense that almost two scholarly generations ago Bernard Bailyn enjoined upon Americans: as pertaining to the sum of social arrangements that instructed or initiated the young in the patterned beliefs and behaviors that maintain the social order.
She enjoined us to abandon the myth of physical perfection, and to change the societal rules under which we think about ourselves.