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CO-PLAINTIFF. One who is plaintiff in an action with another.

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Kor, who now lives in Indiana, is one of more than 60 Auschwitz survivors and their families from the U.S., Canada, Israel and elsewhere who have joined the trial as co-plaintiffs as allowed under German law.
The state of Texas is a co-plaintiff in this case and will receive half of the civil penalty.
"The American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP), a co-plaintiff in the lawsuit against Myriad, takes the position that human genes should not be patentable because they are, in fact, products of nature.
A co-plaintiff has also demanded that a Christian cross be taken off the wall of the courtroom, citing the separation of Church and state.
In these legal proceedings Publicis will act as co-plaintiff in light of LBi holding 4.26m of its shares in treasury.
As per Alnylam's contractual right to enforce Isis' patent US Patent No 7,695,902, Alnylam joined Isis to the suit as a co-plaintiff, the company said.
Although the case selected as the lead was that of Cencast Services LP, the opinion and an earlier decision set forth the facts of another co-plaintiff, E.P.
Eight Mile Style LLC and a co-plaintiff, Martin Affiliated LLC, are also suing Aftermath Records, which controls the recordings in question, saying it did not have the right to make deals on digital downloads.
In the seventeen-year course of the legal conflict, Paulson was victorious in all of his litigation, which will continue under his co-plaintiff Steve Trunk.
Advocat Inc., which was a co-plaintiff with Great American Insurance Co.
Rosen's co-plaintiff, Ethel Blaine Millet, was an army nurse during the war who was captured in 1942 and forced to work in Japanese POW camps, the newspaper said.
Authorities are unsure whether Darryl Watts fell or jumped into the water, but according to Darryl's brother, and co-plaintiff in the case, there is "a good probability" it was suicide.