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litigate

[lit′əgāt]
(in law) to carry on a suit or to contest.
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If you are willing and able to litigate, you are likely to have many more IRS strategy options.
The third area of inquiry that should be explored in making the "to litigate or not to litigate" decision is whether the available data, in terms of potential exposure, is substantial enough that it will command the defendant's attention and warrant their willingness to discuss a resolution, as well as warrant the significant investment in terms of cost and utilization of resources that the insurance company is likely to have to make.
Daley, who has been following the residential cases where a stay based on unconstitutionality claims was stayed on the filing of a notice of appeal by the New York State Attorney's General's office, said "The law will give us a couple of good issues to litigate between now and the end of the century.
If respondents know that the sanctions they risk by litigating are usually not worse than the proposed settlement sanctions, they may choose to litigate even in cases where liability is all but a foregone conclusion, which is an unnecessary expenditure of resources for all parties.
6213), should allow it to continue to litigate the case.
Form 870 may be used in Appeals if the taxpayer wants to litigate its case in Federal district court or the Court of Federal Claims.
Stanford Law School today announced changes that are transforming the JD into a three-dimensional degree program that combines the study of other disciplines with team-oriented, problem-solving techniques and expanded clinical training that enables students to represent clients and litigate casesCobefore they graduate.
The Service did not acquiesce in this decision, and intends to litigate the issue in other circuits.
6601(e)(2) is important in determining whether interest charges have been properly computed, in deciding whether to litigate or settle, and in choosing the best method of payment allocation when both tax and penalties have been assessed.
The actions stem from allegations by the OCC that the Hartkes were paid substantial legal fees to litigate civil money penalties assessed against the directors.
residents with working Shiley C/C heart valves to litigate in California.
residents with working Shiley Convexo/Concave heart valves to litigate in California.