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inclined or showing an inclination to dispute or disagree, even to engage in law suits

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RPX Corporation found that Acadia filed 239 patent lawsuits in 2013, earning the patent research group's distinction of the year's most litigious "patent troll." U.S.
Many businesses aren't aware the renewal of leases for commercial premises that are governed by the Landlord & Tenant Act is a litigious process
As the economy continues to flat-line and companies look to protect their interests even more vehemently - I certainly expect to see business leaders continuing to dig their heels in and make garden leave a far more litigious area than before.
Every forum, blog and twitter appears in frenzied mode as authors - often driven by political masters and resorting to anonymity or nom-de-plume - indulge in posting bizarre fantasy and the most banally inaccurate and often litigious comment imaginable.
Bahrain is not yet a litigious society, but it will come, just as many other Western trends have found their way here.
"The World According to Monsanto: Pollution, Corruption, and the Control of Our Food Supply" looks at Monsanto, a company promoting itself as a life science company and claiming strict and litigious ownership over genetic modifications of much of America's food supply in the form of corn and soy.
Maybe in the litigious climate we live in, NITB are right to protect themselves against claims for personal injuries that might befall a visitor to our soon-to-be city of culture.
No-one is against legitimate claims for injury, but the plethora of people being pushed into claiming for supposed whiplash, or injuries after tripping on paving stones, has led to a litigious society in which the only ones who win are the lawyers.
It offers doctors a resource to save off lawsuits, explaining how to foil litigious patients and their lawyers using preventative care.
obstetricians had experienced a litigious event, and the median award for "negligence in birth care" was $2.3 million.
But you live in a litigious society and are beset by a myriad of geography-specific physical risks.
The Third Judicial Congregation will be held under the theme "Experiences and challenges pertaining to real estate and litigious lawsuits and financial corruption," at the Grand Hyatt Dubai.
Organised with the theme "Experiences and challenges pertaining to real estate and litigious lawsuits and financial corruption," the Third Judicial Congregation is an initiative that seeks to further enhance judicial standards, identify best practices and develop the judicial system in line with the UAE's socioeconomic achievements.
TEACHERS who offer private tuition are being advised to take out insurance to protect themselves against "litigious parents", it was reported.
Ms Quinn assists both Rhodri Lewis and Stephen Thompson with litigious and commercial transactions.