Securing Extraordinary Relief For Business Owners
In many cases, it is important to immediately enjoin a defendant from taking certain actions because certain losses are incapable of being remedied with simply a money judgment. If a former employee takes your company’s customer list or other intellectual property and disseminates it to his new employer, it may be impossible to “put the toothpaste back in the tube.” In these instances, an injunction to stop the misappropriation may be your best remedy.
If a defendant does not have assets in Texas subject to execution, a prejudgment garnishment may be available to freeze money owed to a defendant by third parties so that there will be a fund of money available to satisfy any potential judgment. If all post-judgment efforts to collect money from a defendant have failed, a plaintiff may be able to have a receiver appointed to assist the plaintiff in collecting the money owed.
Our Firm Has The Experience And Insight You Need
In Texas and throughout the Gulf Coast region, The Kruckemeyer Law Firm has obtained favorable results for those struggling with intricate legal disputes for decades. Lead attorney Robert J. Kruckemeyer has over 30 years of experience handling complex legal issues and can help you get the protection and relief that you seek. Call our firm at 713-364-0148 to discuss your concerns today.
Identifying Effective Solutions For Your Legal Problems
Some examples of extraordinary relief might include:
- Temporary restraining orders
- Preliminary and permanent injunctions
- Prejudgment writs of attachment
- Prejudgment writs of garnishment
Filing for extraordinary relief may be necessary to protect against threats to yourself, your business or your legal case. Wrongful conduct in personal or businesses situations may require an immediate response, but the typical litigation procedures may not be in a position to provide the relief you need.