Entries from January 2014

Difference Between Preliminary Injunction and Temporary Restraining Order (TRO)

by Joshua Malone

The difference between a temporary restraining order (TRO) and a preliminary injunction seems fairly subtle. In litigation cases, the terms sometimes get used interchangeably. Both a TRO and a preliminary injunction provide a remedy for an allegedly aggrieved party and typically require an undertaking to provide monetary relief to the alleged aggressor. According to NY […]

Attorney Retainer Letters

by Joshua Malone

An attorney retainer letter diminishes some of the risk of fiduciary and probate bonds. The letter states the principal on the bond – the administrator, executor, or guardian – will keep their attorney involved throughout the entire duration of the principal’s appointment. Sureties prefer to maintain the attorney’s involvement during these appointments because attorneys have […]