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When they decr iminal ised parking, the council were required to amend their TROs to remove the term because it came from a section of the RoadTraff ic Regulation Act redundant under the new scheme.
It is evident that both the SMC at the installation of residence and the functional brigade commander with TRO have a vested interest in the subordinate functional unit, and as such, the brigade commander has coordinating authority with the particular SMC.
The TRO is in addition to the preliminary injunction order granted by the Chief Judge of the United States District Court, the Honorable Tena Campbell on October 30, 2007, which precluded WideBand from further work on or delivery of certain computer code found to have been developed using ClearOne's intellectual property, to a company doing business with WideBand.
NATC's private labeled TRO program is a great addition to Cornerstone's high service, client-focused model," said Jim Combs, Chief Executive Officer, of NATC.
NATC's TRO program with its private-label trust and trustee services was the perfect answer.
Manor Care believes the claims filed in support of the TRO are completely without merit.
District Judge Sam Sparks issued the TRO as part of a federal copyright infringement lawsuit filed April 11 by Winternals against Best Buy Co.
At the Court's urging, the Pension Fund agreed to defer its request for a TRO, letting its motion stand in abeyance pending further developments in the case in exchange for the Guidant Board's agreement to keep the Pension Fund apprised of the status of merger negotiations with J&J, Boston Scientific and any other potential suitors and to provide the lead plaintiff with notice of any planned merger agreement.
The TRO required the IAM District 141M and others to immediately end illegal job actions that have disrupted the company's flight schedule and inconvenienced customers.