Injunctions and Equitable Relief Lawyers in Pennsylvania
There are some legal disputes where a claim for money damages just isnít good
enough. Sometimes, you need a court order to stop a person or business from
infringing on your rights. For example, if someone is interfering with your
rights in real estate, violating a non-competition covenant, interfering with
your rights in a trade name or causing you similar ongoing harm that cannot be
remedied by money alone, you may have a right to immediate relief by temporary
restraining order or preliminary injunction. These are cases in equity, where
the equitable powers of the court can be sought to secure an injunction. They
are, at least in the beginning, fast-moving cases, which require quick action
and persuasive advocacy to preserve your important rights.
If you believe you are suffering irreparable harm - harm that cannot be fully
remedied with money damages - you owe it to yourself to contact the attorneys
at Wolf, Baldwin & Associates, P.C. to learn your legal rights.
We can help you protect those rights, and can proceed quickly with a request
for a temporary restraining order or preliminary injunction if the situation
warrants it. If you find yourself defending a request for equitable relief in
the courts of Montgomery County, Berks County, or Chester County,
Wolf, Baldwin & Associates, P.C. can help as well. Contact us today for a full consultation.
We look forward to helping you protect your rights.
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