Unlike most court proceedings, where the goal is usually to obtain a judgment that, after a generally lengthy trial that leads to the lawsuit, awards damages to the money, the goal, in most competitive situations, is to obtain an immediate injunction from the court. This order is called an injunction (or injunction in certain emergency situations). An injunction will order the former worker (and the new employer) to stop taking certain actions, for example. B to work for a competitor, to call certain clients for the new employer, to use or disclose confidential and protected information. . . .