Litigiousness


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Litigiousness

Littleness (See DWARFISM, SMALLNESS.)
Bleak House
a fortune is dissipated through the protracted lawsuit of Jarndyce vs. Jarndyce, and the heir dies in misery. [Br. Lit.: Dickens Bleak House]
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I also compare the relative litigiousness of product-producing companies and NPEs, as well as differences in the subject matter and strength of their infringement claims.
Since the degree of litigiousness is not directly observable, the defendant would have to choose between a low offer that only the nonlitigious would accept and a higher offer acceptable to both plaintiff types.
Chapter five considers the family's staggering litigiousness, examining court cases surrounding family successions and suits brought by bilked creditors.
Just as Disney patented the notions of joy, childlike wonder and chilling corporate litigiousness in the mid-1960s, so the new ad from Heinz attempts a conceptual land-grab by spraying its beans over the already blurry idea of family.
We all recognize the twin trends of exponentially growing electronic content and more litigiousness.
Clement bemoaned the fact that his client had been labeled a madman and deprived of liberty "without even a hint of due process"; asserted that Olivia been negligent in her supervisory duties; and, staving off potential complaints about litigiousness, pointed out that Malvolio had waited 400 years to get the ears of Illyria's top magistrates and thus could hardly "be accused of rushing to court.
These results prompted the authors to state: "Positive communications would result in less litigiousness because the physician is viewed as having cared about the patient and thus having acted in good faith.
Tom Ginsburg, Takao Tanase, Japanese Litigiousness, and "Taking Kawashima Seriously" 1 (presentation from the 2005 Sho Sato Conference in Honor of Takao Tanase, Feb.
In an unpublished survey last year by a national medical examiners group, 67 of 187 MEs said Taser's litigiousness would affect their conclusions in cases involving stun guns.