LAHORE- A Civil Judge 1st Class Ghulam Mustafa passed injunction orders against Ramada Hotel, a global chain of hotels owned by the Wyndham Hotel Group of the United States of America, in a suit for recovery of damages to the tune of US dollars ten million, instituted by M/s Lahore Regency (Private) Limited High Court lawyer Jamal Mamdot. According to case details, Lahore Regency (Private) Limited, a company incorporated under the laws of Pakistan, having its registered office at 36 Commercial Zone, Liberty Market, Gulberg III, Lahore through its Managing Director Khurrum Khawaja had filed a suit against the four respondents (1) Wyndham Hotel Group Asia Pacific, Suit 3110-11 Dorset House, Taiko Place 979 Kings Road, Hong Kong, through Mr Ken Green, President and Managing Director, Asia Pacific, Wyndham Hotel Group, (2) Wyndham Hotel Group, Inc, 22 Sylvan Way, Parsippany, 07054, United States of America, through Mr Eric A. Danziger, President and Chief Executive Officer, Wyndham Hotel Group, (3) Ramada Plaza Karachi, Star Avenue, Terminal 1, Karachi Airport, Karachi, Pakistan, through General Manager, (4) Ramada Multan, 76 Abdali Road, Multan, Pakistan, through General Manager. As Jamal Mamdot argued that the suit originated from a withdrawal by the Wyndham Hotel Group of the United States of America from a multi-million dollar deal to franchise the 'Ramada brand to Lahore Regency (Private) Limited for a period of twenty years. The withdrawal of Wyndham Hotel Group was just days before the 'Ramada Plaza Lahore hotel was scheduled to be opened and after M/s. Lahore Regency (Private) Limited had made all preparations for the grand opening.