Thank you for your response.
Unfortunately, I do not have good news for you. A temporary injunction is very difficult to lift once it has been granted. Generally, the injunction will stay in place until the trial. Unless you win the trial, it generally cannot be lifted.
When the lawsuit is over a tax lien for doing business, then the only way to get the injunction lifted is to pay the tax.
That being said, you can file a motion with the court to lift the injunction based on hardship and instead paying a bond into the court's registry that will secure the potential judgment until the trial. However, again, it would be a rare case for the court to grant such a motion.
The fact that your attorneys have no answer for you reinforces the fact that there simply is not likely a solution to the temporary injunction other than beating the case that has been filed against you.
However, another answer may be for you to file bankruptcy. Bankruptcy halts all civil litigation
against you, and the federal bankruptcy court could order that the injunction be lifted and allow you to reopen your business in order to pay your debts.