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litigate

[lit′əgāt]
(in law) to carry on a suit or to contest.
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Winning a 2014 Litigator Award is a “Powerful Endorsement” of superior litigation achievement that provides discerning clientele (as well as referring professionals) with a strong reason to trust their case with an Award Recipient.
This confidence operates in two ways: The litigator has more confidence in himself, and the judge has more confidence in the litigator.
The interpretation of contracts is the bread and butter of the commercial courts and commercial litigators.
There is no tension in earning reasonable fees for competent service until the litigator shifts from the truth that law is a public profession to the fallacy that it is all about fee generating.
While the big box publishers keep giving the public less and less to like with "peer popularity" ratings, The Litigator Awards are upsetting the status quo and beating goliath at his own game.
Busy litigators for activist conservative organizations double as leaders on the executive committees of the practice groups.
More detailed research on discrete issues will undoubtedly be necessary in a given case, but by first reading the 65 pages (including checklists and illustrative pleadings) the litigator will take a giant leap forward.
com/research/a2b5f7/management_leade) has announced the addition of the "Management & Leadership 101 for Litigators - The Best Tips & Techniques for Managing Other Lawyers and Fine Tuning Leadership Skills that Will Enhance Your Success " audioconference to their offering.
8, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Fish & Richardson IP litigator Juanita Brooks was recently named "Litigator of the Year" by The American Lawyer.
Thurgood Marshall was a great litigator, but not a great Justice