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 […]

Cancelling a TRO and Preliminary Injunction Bond

by Joshua Malone

In order to cancel a preliminary injunction or temporary restraining order bond, the Principal needs to submit specific evidence to the Surety. The cancellation evidence needs to demonstrate the court has either made the injunction permanent or discontinued the injunction. If the court has made an injunction permanent, the Principal and its attorneys should submit […]

Court Bond Documents Required for Applicants

by Joshua Malone

When a bond applicant submits an application, the applicant must also submit relevant court papers for most of the bonds we issue. The court documents are a necessary part of the underwriting process. Underwriters and producers need to fully examine and understand the extent of the obligation. This includes knowing the identity of the obligee, […]

Injunction Bonds

by Joshua Malone

Injunction bonds are necessary for some litigation proceedings. Simply put, an injunction is an order from a court requiring a party to do, or not do, a particular activity. The injunction bond protects the restrained party from damages in the event the court later determines the injunction was improper. Injunction bonds often arise in intellectual […]