litigation

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litigation

1. the act or process of bringing or contesting a legal action in court
2. a judicial proceeding or contest
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A dramatic increase in lawsuits by plaintiffs claiming injury from dust-related lung disease is sparking comparisons to the early days of asbestos litigation.
In 90 percent of litigations, lack of confidence and credibility in the debtor is cited as the fundamental cause of action in lawsuits.
representing Takeda in the nationwide litigations known as the "vitamin cases".
With most litigations and bankruptcies costing in excess of $75,000, an evaluation that can probably be obtained for less than $15,000 is a prudent investment.
Accordingly, SNH has brought and expects to bring litigation against HealthSouth for appropriate sanctions and to recover its costs, including attorneys fees.
Langberg, 37, practices insurance, entertainment and business litigation.
SINCE THE CURRENT LITIGATIONS BETWEEN SNH AND HEALTHSOUTH BEGAN IN APRIL 2003, SNH HAS SPENT APPROXIMATELY $1.
Adkins as a partner in its Litigation and Intellectual Property (LIP) practice.
FileNet Corporation (Nasdaq:FILE), the leading provider of Enterprise Content Management (ECM) solutions, announced it is partnering with Steelpoint Technologies, a leading provider of compliance, risk management, and litigation support solutions, to provide an ECM solution addressing the rising market demands for regulatory compliance and litigation risk management (CLRM) solutions.
the "David's Litigation") and misrepresented the company's exposure in that litigation and its potential adverse impact on the company's financial condition.
director of Litigation at the Federal Trade Commission's Bureau of Competition, has announced that he has left his post to join the international law firm of Rogers & Wells.
Esquire Litigation Solutions, LLC, a national provider of litigation support services, today announced the acquisition by its parent company of D-M Information Systems, Inc.