opposing counsel


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opposing counsel

noun competitor's counsel, defendant's or plaintiff's counsel, disputant's attorney, opponent' attorney, opposing litigant's attorney, oppooite counsel, the adversary's counsel, the appellant's or appellee's counsel, the opponent's lawyer, the otherparty's lawyer, the other side's counsel, the petitioner's or respondent's attorney
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