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plaintiff

(formerly) a person who brings a civil action in a court of law
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Communicating with claimants through social media portals can be viewed as an illegal or inappropriate contact with an opposing party.
11) Conversely, if there are multiple claimants, any defendant who wishes to offer voluntary binding arbitration must submit the offer to each claimant who has joined in the notice of intent to initiate litigation.
which limits claimants seeking jobs and therefore is counter productive.
LABOUR has launched a fresh attack on the Government's Universal Credit (UC) scheme after revealing that "errors" by the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) have meant claimants are being excluded from official unemployment figures.
The Indian Residential School Adjudication Secretariat is telling Independent Assessment claimants who filed with Blott & Company not to panic in light of the BC Supreme Court's decision to disallow the Calgary law firm from continuing to represent IAP clients.
Combined with the county court costs reforms, this represents a seismic shift in the world of personal injury cases, affecting not just the lawyers who act for claimants and defendants but injured people themselves, insurers, employers and public sector bodies such as city councils, police services etc.
Many potential claimants are hopeful that they will receive a windfall.
ALMOST 24,000 self-employed tax credit claimants in West Yorkshire have been reminded to meet a looming deadline.
Claimants utter threats to defendants and their lawyers all the time, reported AKIpress correspondent.
Summary: The number of dole claimants outnumber job vacancies by five to one, according to a new report.
THE number of dole claimants outnumber job vacancies by five to one, showing the employment market remains "bleak", according to a new report.
It makes it difficult for claimants to find counsel willing to successfully prosecute their claims.