litigate : Definition, Usages, News and More

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litigate

li ti gayt

  • v  engage in legal proceedings
  • v  institute legal proceedings against; file a suit against

  • Against all legal advice the activist litigated against the biggest company of the country and won.
  • Others have even suggested suing OPEC as if we can litigate our way to energy security.
  • The press and public intensely scrutinize their cases and the best attorneys money can buy litigate them.
News & Articles

  • Hail of a Decision
    It took decades to formulate and months to litigate, but at last the good people of Brooklyn, the Bronx, Queens and Staten Island will be able to enjoy the simple pleasure of hailing a cab from the street. The State Court of Appeals recently ruled in favor of City Hall’s long-sought proposal to allow street hails outside of Manhattan. This welcome decision clears the way for the city to issue 18 ...
    June 12, 2013 - The New York Observer
Quotes

  • Max Mosley in MotorTrend Magazine
    There won't be any writ. I think we would rather talk than litigate,Mosley, who is the president of the governing body, said in the grid at Silverstone.
  • Scott Stanzel in Washington Post
    The liberal groups CREW and National Security Archive litigate for sport, distort the facts and have consistently tried to create a spooky conspiracy out of standard IT issues,Stanzel said in a statement.
  • John Demjanjuk in ABC News
    This has nothing to do with bringing anyone to justice or fitness for trial. My father will not live to fairly litigate the matter as (he) has successfully done before,Demjanjuk Jr. said in a statement.

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