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litigate

[lit′əgāt]
(in law) to carry on a suit or to contest.
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The panel reasoned, in addressing the first element of collateral estoppel, that the issue of mold was actually litigated in and determined by a valid and final judgment in the district court.
identified every patent that has been litigated eight or more times
In fact, she says, because most scientific data were developed to test a hypothesis quite different from the one being litigated, no data may possess the good "fit" that judges desire.
I have litigated capital post-conviction cases in trial courts around the state, in the Florida Supreme Courts, as well as in both federal trial and appellate courts.
litigated or settled; for each of Supplement's strategies, litigate and settle, Vitamin paid a lower fine if it settled.
My firm also cooperates with the regulators, regulatory enforcement, and has litigated in Courts of Appeal.
Feher has for twenty years litigated intellectual property cases in matters involving patents, trademarks, copyrights, and/or trade secrets.
Fortunately, there are six things any claim organization can do to more effectively manage litigated claim fries:
The National Taxpayer Advocate's annual report to Congress, issued in January, identified impediments to service and compliance, as well as the issues most frequently litigated (www.
It is uncertain, however, whether the FSA position will prevail if litigated or whether the Service will ever litigate this position.