(a) Upon a finding that the employee has suffered unlawful conduct committed by the
respondent, the court may issue a temporary or permanent civil no-contact order. In determining whether or not to issue a civil no-contact order, the court shall
not require physical injury to the employee or injury to the employer's property.
(b) The court may grant one or more of the following forms of relief in its orders
under this Article:
(1) Order the respondent not to visit, assault, molest, or otherwise interfere with
the employer or the employer's employee at the employer's workplace, or otherwise
interfere with the employer's operations.
(2) Order the respondent to cease stalking the employer's employee at the employer's
(3) Order the respondent to cease harassment of the employer or the employer's employee
at the employer's workplace.
(4) Order the respondent not to abuse or injure the employer, including the employer's
property, or the employer's employee at the employer's workplace.
(5) Order the respondent not to contact by telephone, written communication, or electronic
means the employer or the employer's employee at the employer's workplace.
(6) Order other relief deemed necessary and appropriate by the court.
(c) A civil no-contact order shall include the following notice, printed in conspicuous
type: “A knowing violation of a civil no-contact order shall be punishable as contempt
of court which may result in a fine or imprisonment.”
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