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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Also, students for Fair Admissions, which opposes affirmative action policies, has filed discrimination lawsuits against Harvard, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the University of Texas at Austin.
At least twenty-five government entities, ranging from states to small cities, have recently filed lawsuits against Purdue to recover damages associated with the opioid epidemic.
Sanders' supporters filed a class action lawsuit against the DNC earlier this year, accusing them of working to keep Sanders out of the White House and demanding retribution for their donations.
Following successful lawsuits against cigarette manufacturers, courts are putting new stress on the fact that energy firms have long known about the harm caused by carbon emissions but have done nothing about it.
Officer James Frascatore also included the police department and the Civilian Complaint Review Board, the watchdog group prosecuting his case, in the lawsuit.
Tarshish Jones, an African American firefighter who was awarded $356,694 in compensatory damages in a race discrimination lawsuit against the city, spoke Friday about the jury’s verdict.
The foundation started filing lawsuits across the United States and abroad to force governments to provide more cost-effective access to AIDS drugs.
The Idaho Supreme Court on Friday restored a lawsuit against the state of Idaho over a tax incentive program for new or expanding companies.
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