being sued for material breach

I live in FL, but signed a non-compete, whcih is governed by Ohio law. I found out that in 3 days the court has set plaintiff's motion for a temporary restraining order. How can I contact the court to delay this process. I have not seen the complaint, not had time to locate an attorney and can not attend the conference re: the TRO. What must be sent to the court to obtain additional time to prepare for said motion.

Thank you

2 answers  |  asked Oct 2, 2004 07:51 AM [EST]  |  applies to Florida

Answers (2)

Bonnie Riggens
Material Breach

Where is the hearing being held - in Florida or in Ohio? In any case, you need to contact an attorney immediately. In order to postpone the hearing, file a Motion for Continuance with the court and ask for additional time to prepare for the hearing. You need to do this 1st thing Monday morning, then get to an attorney.

posted by Bonnie Riggens  |  Oct 2, 2004 08:07 AM [EST]
Bonnie Riggens
Material Breach

Where is the hearing being held - in Florida or in Ohio? You need to contact an attorney immediately. In order to postpone the hearing, file a Motion for Continuance with the court and ask for additional time to prepare for the hearing. You need to do this 1st thing Monday morning, then get to an attorney.

posted by Bonnie Riggens  |  Oct 2, 2004 08:06 AM [EST]

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