An order from a court to prohibit or enforce certain conduct on a temporary basis until the court can make a determination based on all the facts and law of the case. The most common example of an injunction in trademark law is a court order to stop using a particular trademark. Since injunctive relief is an equitable remedy, the court will weigh the harm to defendant if the injunction is imposed against the harm to plaintiff if no injunction is ordered. The court will also require a bond to compensate the defendant in the event the injunction was wrongly ordered.