Obtaining Injunctive Relief To Lessen Financial Distress

Seasoned business owners recognize that the risk of conflict accompanies opportunities for growth. Choosing to play it safe by refusing to innovate, however, can halt a company's development. If you want your company to maintain an advantage over your competitors, it's important to know which options to pursue when conflicts arise.

Injunctive relief is a solution to many legal concerns, and it may be an option you, depending on the specifics of your case. This action, also referred to as a temporary restraining order or temporary or permanent injunction, is a legal remedy that may be obtained during a lawsuit either in addition to or in place of a claim for monetary damages. If sought, injunctive relief may relieve you of paying any monetary damages, in exchange for your stopping a specified act or behavior.

For over 20 years, our legal team at Massey Law Firm PLLC has helped Houston's business owners resolve complex business matters efficiently. Having handled hundreds of cases in Texas courts, our founding lawyer, Dwaine M. Massey, uses his decades of experience to customize his litigation strategies and identify which choices will offer the most favorable outcome.

Injunctive Relief Can Be Used To Address These Issues:

If you need help resolving a complex business dispute relating to unfair competition or other conflicts, our staff can help you obtain injunctive relief to maintain the status quo while resolution by trial or settlement is pending. At Massey Law Firm PLLC, we will do everything in our power to fight for the most beneficial results possible, and injunctive relief may just be that solution for you. Don't face this difficult time on your own.

When Is It Necessary To Seek Injunctive Relief?

Whether or not to seek injunctive relief really depends on your situation and your business goals — because money damages may not be an appropriate remedy in all situations.

There are three main things to keep in mind before seeking help from a skilled lawyer regarding injunctive relief:

  1. You must demonstrate the probability of success on your action
  2. You have to show probable injury
  3. You have to show that money damages are not an adequate remedy because they may be difficult to calculate or may come too late for you

Litigation concerning commercial disputes can take considerable time to resolve. By the time litigation has concluded, you may be out of business or have lost so much in profits that you need to sell or dissolve your business entity. By seeking injunctive relief, you maintain the status quo until you are able to thoroughly resolve a dispute in court.

Mr. Massey knows what is at stake when business disputes arise, and he understands the immense benefits of seeking injunctive relief. He has considerable experience seeking this form of remedy for businesses in the Houston area, and he can help you through the process as well.

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