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  • n  a person who brings an action in a court of law

  • The plaintiffs case was remarkable for its emotional appeal.
  • The most sympathetic plaintiff is traditionally placed at the helm of significant cases.
  • Frances Twitty Getty Molski may sound extreme, but he is far from the only plaintiff who has filed hundreds of lawsuits under the ADA in California.
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  • John Roberts in Forbes
    But I don't understand your leap from government incompetence to the plaintiff loses,Roberts told FedEx lawyer Connie Lensing.
  • Dina Matos McGreevey in Newsday
    In total, I need $11,162 per month to meet my expenses,Matos McGreevey told the judge. "This lifestyle by no means approximates the lifestyle which plaintiff enjoys, much less the lifestyle we enjoyed while plaintiff was governor, but it...
  • James Robertson in
    Robertson sarcastically wrote: "The plaintiff says that he is a retired Air Force colonel who continues to owe fealty to his commander in chief (because he might possibly be recalled to duty) and who is tortured by uncertainty as to whether he would...

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