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Synonyms for litigate

to institute or subject to legal proceedings

Synonyms for litigate

engage in legal proceedings

institute legal proceedings against

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It's not surprising that she was enlisted to litigate for former Vice President Al Gore after the 2000 election.
The Antitrust Division's amnesty and leniency program, together with the Guidelines, seem to present the price-fixing corporation with a stark and obvious choice: in the game just described, if Supplement litigates, Vitamin's best strategy is to confess because then it will pay nothing, thereby avoiding a fine whose expected value is $15 million; if Supplement settles, Vitamin's best strategy, once again, is to settle because it will then pay an agreed-upon fine of $75 million, which is lower than an adjudicated fine of $150 million.
But now, if Supplement litigates, Vitamin is better off if it also litigates: $21 million is less than $39 million.
org) is the oldest and most successful public interest legal organization that litigates for property rights, limited government, and a balanced approach to environmental protection.
and London, Dorsey litigates complex cases around the country and the world.
This is a President who understands that the American people are very concerned about the values issues shaping our nation," said Jay Sekulow, Chief Counsel of the ACLJ, a respected judicial advocate who litigates these issues.
CMHT"), regularly litigates plaintiffs' class actions, particularly antitrust, securities and business class actions, environmental toxic tort actions, consumer protection and product liability class actions, and civil rights and employment discrimination cases.