It’s brutally litigious.
Cantankerous, litigious, bad-tempered.
A litigious approach to the Chinese would not mark a huge break from the past.
Legal tech is "critical" given "how litigious" the market is, said Ben Meyer, a partner at Hg.
President Trump was proudly litigious before his victory in 2016 and has remained so in the White House.
That might be because US companies such as Fitbit are more wary of litigious users than Chinese tech brands.
Doing battle with the litigious Oracle has become such a constant for Rimini that Ravin jokes about the feud.
"They are equally as burdensome in terms of time and equally litigious," Palihapitiya said, comparing DPOs to IPOs.
"But considering Oracle's litigious nature, and the questions over licensing, there's no way I can feel safe in ever doing so."
SIR – America suffers from “a pathological obsession with safety” because we foster such a monstrously litigious society (“Free Jenna!”
For some firms the litigious nature of the US makes it unattractive, and there are concerns about product liability and intellectual property.
In Argentina’s case, litigious bondholders managed to block Argentina’s payments on its restructured debt nine years after those bonds were issued.
If he fails, Trump will leave—reluctantly, petulantly, perhaps after a litigious delay—but much of the vertical that he has put in place will remain.
"I think the markets can focus now on the policies that Joe Biden is likely to enact going forward as opposed to this constant, 'is it going to be litigious?
Elon Musk has plans to transform transportation, empower clean energy and develop colonies on Mars, yet the world's most famous entrepreneur also has a habit of miring himself in juvenile and litigious Twitter spats.
Labor believes the blunt response – including repeatedly calling the famously litigious Palmer a liar – nullified his $4m anti-Labor election campaign, which included full-page newspaper advertisements and billboards pushing the death tax misinformation.
Fox News, One America News Network (OAN), and Newsmax have backed off of promoting unfounded conspiracy theories that Dominion and a rival company, Smartmatic, illegally intervened to funnel votes to Biden, as the voting-systems companies become increasingly litigious.
England after the Norman Conquest of 1066 also was influenced by Roman example, and the clerics who staffed the Norman and Plantagenet monarchies and who provided the earliest of their judges enabled the notion of a legal profession, and especially of litigious representation, to be…
Reasons for the initial preservation of the letters must include the desirability, in the litigious world of 15th-century Norfolk, of possessing all possible evidence that might be valuable in lawsuits; employees and estate managers too were eager to preserve their warrants for their expenditures and actions.
Mark McCloskey carried a long-barrelled rifle, and Patricia McCloskey carried a small handgun.The state's governor has defended the couple – whose litigious, confrontational history in the city was outlined in an exhaustive St Louis Post-Dispatch investigation – and claimed that they had "every right to defend" the property under the state's "castle doctrine" that permits lethal force against people who unlawfully enter a person's home.
- of or relating to litigation
- inclined or showing an inclination to dispute or disagree, even to engage in law suits
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Mark McCloskey carried a long-barrelled rifle and Patricia McCloskey carried a small handgunThe state's governor has defended the couple – whose litigious confrontational history in the city was outlined in an exhaustive St Louis Post-Dispatch investigation – and claimed that they had every right to defend the property under the state's castle doctrine that permits lethal force against people who unlawfully enter a person's home