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
Recent Examples of lawsuit from the Web
An interview with Claire Wasserman on the Ladies Get Paid lawsuit.
Halsey Minor, the founder of CNET who later became embroiled in numerous lawsuits and filed for personal bankruptcy in 2013, recently raised $35 million for a crypto project called VideoCoin.
The lawsuit contends the ACA had been propped up by Congress’ power to levy taxes.
According to Curbed Chicago, the lawsuit mentions that Kapoor has repeatedly reached out to the NRA to remove the image of the sculpture from the ad.
The lawsuit adds a new layer of intrigue to a Silicon Valley giant already consumed with production pressures and internal suspicions from Musk about a corporate conspiracy.
The February filing came in response to a $25 million fraud lawsuit Depp unleashed on TMG the month prior.
His most original legacy may be the Arbitration Waiver, which obliges consumers and employees to submit to private dispute settlement, instead of joining lawsuits against big corporations.
Encinitas has been sued four times over this situation and those lawsuits have cost the city about $900,000 so far, staff members said.
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LAWSUIT Defined for English Language Learners
: a process by which a court of law makes a decision to end a disagreement between people or organizations
LAWSUIT Defined for Kids
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