Traducción de litigate en Español:

litigate

litigar, v.

Pronunciación /ˈlɪtɪɡeɪt//ˈlɪdəˌɡeɪt/

verbo intransitivo

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    litigar
    • After all, the very reason why parties conclude an arbitration agreement is because they do not wish to litigate in the Courts.
    • To begin with, prisoners are among the least lucrative of clients, and certainly the least sympathetic to juries, so that few lawyers are willing to litigate on their behalf.
    • The Claimant would then have to litigate in England against the English Defendant and in Germany against the German Defendant.
    • At the same time, the church has every incentive to litigate, because the litigation is cost-free.
    • One does not take away that choice by permitting, encouraging or preventing the exhortation of the citizen to litigate or not to litigate.
    • Tenants have a statutory right to litigate and the Roberts were entitled to regard that right jealously.
    • The jurisdiction point having been abandoned by negotiations, the parties would have been free to litigate in whatever jurisdiction was willing to accept jurisdiction for the proceedings.
    • It is expensive to litigate in defamation, even in the smaller cases, let alone monster cases like this.
    • Between 1998 and 2000, she litigated seven sweat-patch cases on behalf of clients accused of violating their supervised release by using drugs.
    • As well the added burden of Ms Cook's ill health caused her to be disinclined to litigate.
    • Men plow fields, cut grain, litigate in court, and serve in the local militia.
    • I could not litigate under the Trade Practices Act before this Court of law because I would be duplicating the proceeding.
    • It may also help some who have insisted on litigating, but don't really want to, to be able to accept the Fund offer without, at the same time, feeling they are sacrificing their right to know.
    • A purpose of pre-action disclosure is to assist those who need disclosure as a vital step in deciding whether to litigate at all or to provide a vital ingredient in the pleading of their case.
    • It would not be fair or reasonable to force the Plaintiffs to continue to litigate against their will merely on the basis that they commenced a class proceeding.
    • You have a very limited right of appeal on a point of law, or the wrongful reception of evidence, not the general appeal that you would have had if you had litigated in the Supreme Court of South Australia.
    • It is not an abuse of process merely to require a litigant to litigate in a tribunal of a Convention country if that tribunal in fact has jurisdiction under the convention.
    • We can win it only if we do not force our forces to fight in a legal fog, constantly speculating and litigating piecemeal about what the law might be.
    • And as it found, litigating against the government's antitrust legal eagles can be a long, drawn-out affair.
    • They do not need a power which deprives a litigant of his right to litigate.