LITIGATION in a Sentence

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 n.  lawsuit; suit at law; judicial contest; legal proceeding in court
Classic Sentence:
1  His passion is for the British law, and he has spent a large fortune in litigation.
The Hound of the Baskervilles By Arthur Conan Doyle
Context  Highlight   In Chapter 8. First Report of Dr. Watson
2  It's not really his job to help litigants outside if they're unwell but he's doing it anyway, as you can see.
The Trial By Franz Kafka
Context  Highlight   In Chapter Three In the empty Courtroom - The Student - The ...
3  "He's very good with the litigants," whispered the girl.
The Trial By Franz Kafka
Context  Highlight   In Chapter Three In the empty Courtroom - The Student - The ...
4  that the officials are irritated and often express themselves about the litigants in unflattering ways - which is an experience shared by everyone.
The Trial By Franz Kafka
Context  Highlight   In Chapter Seven Lawyer - Manufacturer - Painter
Example Sentence:
1  The payment was made to avoid threatened litigation.
2  More and more victims turn to litigation to redress wrongs done to them.
3  Most environmental litigation involves disputes with governmental agencies.
4  The threat of litigation can be a deciding factor in some business decisions.
5  He engaged in endless litigation against the media.
6  Some business disputes require litigation.
7  WHO said that court action needed to be handled cautiously, discipline and litigation could awaken public outrage, and advance both justice and health.
8  Still, a surge in litigation is likely, says Glen Lavy, a lawyer for a group that opposes gay marriage.
9  The main reason for this reluctance is the threat of litigation for defamation.
10  "If that doesn't happen, then bargaining positions could change very abruptly based on what happens in litigation, which is inherently unpredictable."
11  Adding Continental to the litigation against the largest U.S. automaker creates an alternative avenue for plaintiffs to seek damages because GM's 2009 bankruptcy reorganization may shield the carmaker from liability for the claims.
12  Many of these files contain sordid details about the personal lives of the litigants.