Injunctive Relief

If ever there was a super legal-sounding term for a fairly common occurrence, it would be injunctive relief, which essentially, means to get someone to stop doing something. In other words, you want to enjoin (stop) the other party from doing something and the act of getting them to not do that something is your desired outcome or relief. Most often, there must be a showing of irreparable harm if the injunction is not implemented. This means that an injunction is the only thing standing between the plaintiff and substantial (usually) financial harm.

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