Examples of lawsuit in a Sentence
the homeowner filed a lawsuit against the moving company that was refusing to be held responsible for damaging her furniture
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This is not the first time that Shoupe has been subject to a federal lawsuit.
But federal courts review arbitration awards with a high degree of deference—a fact that sometimes deters a losing side from even bothering with a lawsuit.
In response to the lawsuit, defendants' attorney Bryan Freedman stated that ISE had never registered Weekend in Vegas for copyright nor even applied for a registration.
The was meant to end the standard bank practice of making consumers go to arbitration or sue one at a time rather than banding together with big lawsuits.
As with most lawsuits of this sort, P&G quietly settled out of court and the terms were not disclosed.
An Army veteran claims that a surgical instrument was left inside his body following a 2013 operation, and remained there until it was discovered four years later, according to a lawsuit.
All three were subsequently charged with retail theft, and Pennington was charged with resisting or obstructing a peace officer, according to the lawsuit.
That translates to about $910,000 in property taxes that other property taxpayers have to make up, according to the lawsuit.
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