litigation[ lit-i-gey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF litigation
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LITIGATION
There can be no pretence for litigation, he says, when I am once in it.
The astronomical endowment was soon in jeopardy by litigation.
In this age of litigation only one class appeared to thrive—the lawyers.
They are captious, fond of litigation, and constantly seeking subterfuges.
She got into a great deal of litigation and employed as her lawyer Judge Terry.
Litigation at Rome was connected with disputes with the Chancellor of the Cathedral.
But is it really true that the Hindus are more fond of litigation than other nations?
The holder of the seventh was a minor; the eighth was in litigation.
He was involved in some litigation that required his presence in London.
The spirit of litigation within him told him that the point was to be carried.