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(formerly) a person who brings a civil action in a court of law
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Thomas Walther, who represents many co-plaintiffs, said he and his clients were happy Groening agreed to testify, but suspected he was withholding many details.
based organizations, Public Citizen and Green-peace, the DMA's Nonprofit Federation and American Charities for Reasonable Fundraising Regulations (ACFRFR) are co-plaintiffs.
I am still there," Blatt, a co-plaintiff in the case, told the court in a confusing mixture of English and German.
A senior official from Life Bliss Foundation and its legal advisor will be holding a press conference to address the defamation suit brought by Paramahamsa Nithyananda, a popular spiritual guru, and co-plaintiff Life Bliss Foundation against Sun TV et al.
As a co-plaintiff, the West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection will receive half of these penalties.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- Chairwoman of the Ankara branch of the Turkish Union of Engineers and Architects' Chambers (TMMOB) Tezcan KarakuE- Candan has said based on a recent court ruling every Turkish citizen can be a co-plaintiff in a lawsuit concerning the construction of a presidential palace and other buildings in protected forestland belonging to the AtatE-rk Forestry Farm (AOEc).
Since the company holds 4,162,861 shares in treasury, it will act as co-plaintiff in these proceedings.
The case being argued in this year's tournament concerns the fictional Samantha Sommerville and Sydney Kirsch versus Olympus State University; co-plaintiff Kirsch is named after the Fitchburg State alumna who won the national brief-writing competition last year with Fitchburg State teammate Matthew Costello.
The court was told Georgia was "most anxious" to become involved in the legal proceedings and "unequivocally wanted" to become a co-plaintiff.
Robert Cohen, 83, a co-plaintiff and survivor from the Auschwitz camp in so= uthern Poland with a six-digit identification number tattooed on his arm, s= aid he felt positive about the proceedings.
SAF and co-plaintiff Jefferson Wayne Schrader of Cleveland, GA are represented by attorney Alan Gura, who successfully argued both the Heller and McDonald cases before the U.
The state of West Virginia is a co-plaintiff in the settlement and will get 50% of the $2.