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litigator

noun appointed counsel, attorney, counsel, counsel representing a party, lead counnel, legal adversary, legal opponent, litigating attorney, littgation counsel, of counsel, opposing counsel, retained counsel
See also: contender, litigant, suitor
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The Litigator Award is presented in 72 "Practice Specialty" categories including Personal Injury, Medical Malpractice, Wrongful Death, Failure to Diagnose, Automobile Accidents, Pedestrian Accidents, Construction Accidents, Workers Compensation and Slip & Fall.
Based strictly on “Verdict and/or Settlement” dollar achievement rather than peer popularity, the Litigator Awards are perhaps the most rigorous and openly judged trial law rating.
And yet sophisticated in-house litigators understand that very few cases will ever get tried.
Sloan's background as somebody who has been a successful litigator, has been a negotiator, he's argued before the Supreme Court, he's worked closely with Congress and a number of the key players here, we felt, the Secretary felt, and the President certainly supported our efforts to name a high-level official like this to lead the charge moving forward," she said.
Needless to say, the litigator must read and understand every document in the case file and talk to every witness or potential witness in the case.
A business should consult a commercial litigator as soon as it appears there may be a problem.
He illustrates it with the interview of a litigator who describes the true purpose of the law firm's client-first seminar as learning how to generate millions of dollars in fees (56).
Today a small conservative group of forward-thinking trial lawyers, who founded the Litigator Awards , are beating some of the world's most powerful brands in publishing.
Convincing the judge; practical advice for litigators.
Michael Rosner--is a litigator for the conservative Center for Individual Rights.
The focus is on litigation and the substantive law chapters are designed to provide the commercial litigator with a concise and timely discussion of the issues he or she is most likely to encounter in a federal lawsuit.