go into litigation

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The committee members stated that despite several orders from the government the services of contract workers of HEC were not being regularised, forcing the workers to go into litigation against the administration.
The PTI spokesperson said her party would go into litigation against MQM over the issue.
Honesty is the best policy but if you fail to tell the truth, the patients might go into litigation, he added.
But, strangely, they refuse to pay taxes and prefer to go into litigation," added Goyal.
It's hoped lawyers for both sides can reach a settlement this spring, otherwise the divorce will go into litigation and trial."
A source said she could file for divorce as early as next Tuesday and added: "It's hoped lawyers for both can reach a settlement this spring, otherwise the divorce will go into litigation or trial."
Other banks would tend to make swift decisions to go into litigation whereas NBP would negotiate a deal which at the end of the day is mutually beneficial for the bank and the client.
"We are doing everything that we can to avoid defaults and not go into litigation," said Markus Giebel, chief executive officer of Deyaar.
At that time, we got a letter from BSS that if we pulled the games away from them they'd go into litigation for money that they lost.
"They usually settle, but the tougher cases go into litigation." The Carriage of Goods by Sea Act provides some defenses to a steamship company and defines circumstances under which the company is not liable in cases of food spoilage or contamination, Booth said.
I have nothing against defense attorneys--they are my best customers--but too many adjusters are sitting back on bad cases and allowing them to go into litigation because they either do not have the time to handle them correctly, or they do not know how to handle them correctly.
If we hadn't followed this route, our only options would be to either liquidate theClub, something we are not prepared to consider even for a millisecond, or go into litigation with the WRU which would only serve to compound the current misery that Welsh rugby finds itself in.