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lawsuit

Law & medicine An action in which one party, a plaintiff, seeks a remedy for a wrong allegedly committed by another–eg, defendant. See Class action lawsuit, Parasitic lawsuit, Qui tamlawsuit.
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The law suit alleges that Google's AdWords Select service that allows organisations to bid for an improved search placement infringes on Patent 6,269,361 that covers the features and innovations surrounding Overture's bid-for-placement products and pay-for-performance search technologies, according to a spokesperson for the company.
The law suit - to be filed by the law firm Martin Chico and Associates - will aim to compel Kenya Airways and Airbus to pay adequate compensation to the victims and dependants of the victims of the crash.
The law suit was filed last Friday, but the Dr Pepper/Seven Up believe the PepsiCo started the policy last year.
the State Councio's jurisdiction to examine law suits regarding severing of
There are a number of Enron-related law suits still hanging over the bank, including its alleged role in the eventual bankruptcy of the power company.
that he referred to the State Security Court's prosecutor, a law suit against
Mr Ahmed, whose personal tutor is acclaimed poet and TV commentator Tom Paulin, is said to regard the emails as an attempt to intimidate him during his law suit.
Diamond commenced his own law suit in Civil Court against the co-op, claiming damages as a result of the negligent installation of the convector.
Today adidas AG and adidas Canada Limited have filed a law suit in the Federal Court of Canada against Payless ShoeSource.
It is not very often that a law suit between adjoining land owners requires an analysis of land records going back to the 17th century.
According to the law suit, the Federal Drug Administration initiated on April 25, 2008, a Class I nationwide recall of all Digitek tablets regardless of strength.
The Grants and the Stantons enjoyed a close social relation for several years until the bringing of this law suit after the Grants sold their property to the Slacks.