An important measure used in many cases is emergency injunctive relief. Courts apply an injunctive relief to prohibit a party from implementing certain actions where money is not adequate enough as restitution. More often than not, an injunctive relief is implemented in order to demonstrate the harm that could be done if it’s not put in place, including substantial financial consequences.
In business, there are a few different kinds of injunctive reliefs, which include:
- Infringement of Intellectual Property
- Theft of Clients
- Minority Shareholder Freezeouts
- Breaches of Fiduciary Duties
- Breach of Contract
Bernstein-Burkley, P.C., has an expert team of litigators that are trial-ready, but also frequently resolve commercial litigation out of court. The team recognizes the impact litigation can have on a clients’ ability to carry out their company’s goals and personal objectives, and can help resolve matters on the most advantageous terms possible for clients.
Contact our team at Bernstein-Burkley today at 412-456-8100 to see how we can assist you in Litigation services.