English words and Examples of Usage
use "litigation" in a sentence
The Foundation said that the government's claim that if standin
g was allowed that this "opened a floodgate" of litigation
into the Federal courts.
They believed that the advertising may be too effective and dangerously increase litigation
retaliatory prosecution would likely litigate
It sought new members to advocate, to litigate
, and to educate.
The second two exceptions have no such limitations and potent
ially allow a defendant to file a successive petition and re-litigate
claims that have already been rejected; however the standard of evidence that the defendant must show is extremely high.
Pearlman warns Marimow that he is wasting his wiretap on low-level targets that she will refuse to litigate
In November 2001, Lorillard notified the American Legacy Foundation of their intent to litigate
against the organization and its ad agency for defamation.
3004 (available at: Courts have not clearly defined what "significant periods" and "frequent and continuous contact" mean, which requires parents to litigate
to find out.
Litigation is always a personal choice, but it certainly is not for the faint-hearted; think carefully before you decide to litigate
Patent litigation is notoriously lengthy and complex: one English judge once famously claimed that "a man should sooner have anything happen to him, short of losing his whole family through influenza, than litigate
over a patent."
We know when to litigate
and what tactics to use when ADR, where a neutral third party assists in the resolution of the dispute, is more appropriate.
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