Definitions for "LITIGATION"
The act or process of litigating; a suit at law; a judicial contest.
Conducting a case through the courts. Litigation is started by the Claimant against the Defendant. A 'writ' traditionally started litigation but this term and many other pieces of jargon were disposed of by the Civil Procedure Rules ('CPR'), which controls the conduct of cases in both the High Court and the County Court. ed-Arb A process whereby a mediation can become an arbitration if no settlement is reached in the course of the mediation. The 'threat' of an arbitration may encourage parties to reach their own settlement. Parties should consider carefully whether this option is suitable for them, and in particular query the extent to which they may be prepared to share confidences which may subsequently prejudice their position before the same individual deciding the case. Consensus Mediation recommends that parties only consent to this process if the arbitrator is a different individual to the mediator - parties may prefer to try mediation first then reconsider their options if settlement is not reached. Distinguish the mediator who is appointed arbitrator AFTER the parties have reached agreement in order to make the settlement an enforceable arbitrator's award.
Any lawsuit or other resort to the courts to determine a legal question or matter.
a fiduciary as someone with discretionary authority or control in managing or disposing of its assets renders investment advice for a fee or compensation with respect to any monies or other professionals
a very questionable use of plan assets, and potentially a breach of fiduciary duty
litigation - malignant pleural mesothelioma.
A procedure used in student loan collection in which a plaintiff sues a defendant. Close
Litigation is the process of bringing forward or defending a case before a judge or administrative tribunal.
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A machine which you go into as a pig and come out of as a sausage.
an example of the many benefits of union representation
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Load Fund