legal opponent

See: litigant
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However, Ali, the state's legal opponent in the case, reported that the court did not just reject the request, but also fined the government EGP 800.
They tackle a formidable legal opponent, South Australia's Crown Prosecutor Roderic Chamberlain (Charles Dance), picked to guarantee a conviction.
With the removal of the state, the only potential legal opponent is Ms.
The Governor of Ondo State, Barrister Rotimi Akeredolu while recalling his first encounter with the Late Barrister Nnadi during the Anambra 2014 Governorship Election Tribunal, said he was a dutiful lawyer with experience on how to generate evidence to always undermine his legal opponents and commended his off-the-court relationship with fellow practitioners.
Scrap the new voter ID law, the state's legal opponents told a federal judge.
We've grumbled about colleagues' rudeness to litigants and legal opponents, and unprofessional behavior that obstructs cooperation in settling disputes and can make a difficult job seem, at times, unbearable.
Through a concentration of legal resources and expertise, OSRM will be a formidable power against the legal opponents to open source.
These personal narratives, along with the historical contexts and scholarly references provided by Ruth and Bud Schultz, constitute an abhorrent record of a government become criminal in its rabid obsession to silence peaceful, legal opponents of the government's Soviet-phobic foreign policies.
WestDockets is a resource for discovering the litigation history of legal opponents or prospective clients.
While taking some hefty dramatic liberties, this provides fascinating character studies for John Travolta and Robert Duvall as legal opponents.
LEGAL opponents Kevin Gray and Gordon Watson go head-to-head on the field today for the first time since their High Court case.
The two organizations are frequent legal opponents in Internet court cases.