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Injunctions

An injunction is a court order that legally obliges an individual or an organisation to take certain actions – or to desist from certain actions. Very often they are used to address an urgent threat to your business’s or individual wealth.

In the business world there are many possible scenarios which might prompt a company to seek an injunction. They are usually serious issues which could cause real and lasting damage to the company if not tackled.

Injunctions can be sought to: prevent infringement of copyright, trade marks or intellectual property rights; prevent the use of confidential information and trade secrets; prevent an ongoing breach of contract or the breach of a restrictive covenant or prevent publication of false and defamatory information.

How we can help

An injunction is an emergency measure that needs to be applied for through the courts without delay. If you think you need to apply for an injunction, seek the help of a professional legal firm such as Else Solicitors immediately.

As well as making applications for injunctions, we also have the knowledge and experience to contest applications for injunctions, getting them set aside when they are unjustified and unfair.

We can deliver clear and pragmatic advice on injunction procedures so that you understand what to expect at every stage.

For more detailed legal advice in relation to injunctions, please contact the dispute resolution team on 01283 526200, alternatively you can send us a message and we will get in touch at a time that suits you.

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