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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Once only, during the eleven years of litigation, did he lose control of his temper.
"The plaintiffs' bar that practices in asbestos is trying to diversify into other litigations," said Mark A.
A dramatic increase in lawsuits by plaintiffs claiming injury from dust-related lung disease is sparking comparisons to the early days of asbestos litigation. With asbestos possibly causing insurance losses greater than Sept.
We believe this ability to grow with a case is critical in supporting today's complex litigations."
Compulit Inc., Grand Rapids, Mich., a leader in litigation support services, offering Compulit.Net, a Web-based repository.
In the litigation arena, having good numbers in advance is not only good business practice, but also serves to minimize litigations and disappointments between law firms and clients.
In 90 percent of litigations, lack of confidence and credibility in the debtor is cited as the fundamental cause of action in lawsuits.
Most borrowers and lenders, however, are not aware of these cost-effective SWAT teams and, therefore, still lack this information prior to litigations and expensive discovery processes.
These casebooks also provide cost-effective and necessary expert financial exhibits for project financing, litigation and bankruptcy matters.
Unfortunately, most borrowers and lenders do not have this information available in advance of litigations and, therefore, must spend thousands of dollars in fees and costs on the discovery process.
This is required in multiple asset litigations and bankruptcies, and single assets with recourse.
So it is in litigation. That is why all employers should evaluate and address their company's potential litigation risks before an action arises.