Definition of Litigate. Meaning of Litigate. Synonyms of Litigate

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Definition of Litigate

Litigate
Litigate Lit"i*gate, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Litigated; p. pr. & vb. n. Litigating.] [See Litigation.] To make the subject of a lawsuit; to contest in law; to prosecute or defend by pleadings, exhibition of evidence, and judicial debate in a court; as, to litigate a cause.
Litigate
Litigate Lit"i*gate, v. i. To carry on a suit by judicial process.

Meaning of Litigate from wikipedia

- defendants are called litigants and the attorneys representing them are called litigators. The term litigation may also refer to a Criminal procedure. Rules of...
- The Litigators is a 2011 legal thriller novel by John Grisham, his 25th fiction novel overall. The Litigators is about a two-partner Chicago law firm...
- the SCLC in the libel case New York Times Co. v. ****van; the case was litigated in reference to the newspaper adverti****t "Heed Their Rising Voices"...
- decisions by unduly insisting on technicalities in their "standards of litigability". They say cases are left unconsidered which are in the public interest...
- overuse or abuse of judicial resources. Parties may be estopped from litigating determinations on issues made in prior actions. The determination may...
- creating the independent entity Effie Film, LLC, spearheaded by Rosenfeld, to litigate it. In March 2013, District Court Judge Thomas P. Griesa, after allowing...
- Act. The regulations involving CAFO permitting have been extensively litigated. Commonly, CAFO wastewater and manure nutrients are applied to land at...
- charging that "her conduct bordered on criminal conduct" and "in 50 years of litigating cases ... rarely have I seen [a prosecutor] as bad as this prosecutor"...
- Rican attorneys must be bilingual in order to litigate in English in U.S. federal courts, and litigate federal preemption issues in Puerto Rican courts...
- The Anglo-Saxon system put an emphasis upon compromise and arbitration: litigating parties were enjoined to settle their differences if at all possible....
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