Federal Rules of Civil Procedure 65 EXPLAINED – Injunctions & Temporary Restraining Orders for Amazon Sellers

Hi everyone, my name is Alexa. I’m a paralegal with Rosenbaum, Famularo and Segall, P.C., and today I’m here to talk to you on behalf of our litigation department in regards to Procedure 65.

Please note for the rest of this video, I will be referring to it as Rule 65. So many of you are probably asking, “Well, what is that?”

Rule 65 speaks about injunctions and restraining orders.

So in the realm of Amazon, typically you will see Amazon issuing these temporary restraining orders on behalf of the plaintiff and their counsel.

What this means is that if you are given a temporary restraining order regarding brand X, you’re not allowed to sell that brand any further.

All of your funds are going to be withheld regarding brand X, meaning that you won’t be able to pay your staff.

Or if you happen to use that money to go out and buy new inventory, you won’t be able to do that either.

These are all parts of the damages that could be awarded to you, but the difference is if your case was voluntarily dismissed. If you have any questions on Civil Procedure 65, please feel free to reach out to us at 1-877-9-SELLER.

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