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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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Similarly, a litigator can look at the facts and give you an estimate of the time and energy necessary to prosecute (or defend) your position, which can help your client create an effective and logical plan for negotiations.
A quality litigator thinks through issues, anticipates the opposition's moves and is prepared with a counter-move.
The interpretation of contracts is the bread and butter of the commercial courts and commercial litigators.
There is no tension in earning reasonable fees for competent service until the litigator shifts from the truth that law is a public profession to the fallacy that it is all about fee generating.
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.
com/research/a2b5f7/management_leade) has announced the addition of the "Management & Leadership 101 for Litigators - The Best Tips & Techniques for Managing Other Lawyers and Fine Tuning Leadership Skills that Will Enhance Your Success " audioconference to their offering.
Partner Bill Lee has been named Litigator of the Week by the Litigation Daily for his role in earning a Federal Circuit reversal of a $74M judgment in favor of Cisco.
Thurgood Marshall was a great litigator, but not a great Justice
Being a good and scrappy litigator is what brought the young attorney to the newly elected Attorney General Robert Abrams' office in 1979.
Winn Carter was also recognized by the organization as Regional Litigator of the Year for the South.