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synonyms for plaintiff

  • complainant
  • litigant
  • prosecutor
  • suer
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Conventional wisdom holds that cleaning up a company’s environmental record is more expensive than paying fines, settling with plaintiffs, or dodging the liability altogether.
COMPANIES ARE TURNING THEIR ENVIRONMENTAL LIABILITIES INTO CASHMICHAEL J. CORENJANUARY 28, 2021QUARTZ
Shalini Dogra, one of the attorneys for the plaintiffs, declined to say exactly what ingredients the lab tests revealed.
SUBWAY’S TUNA IS NOT TUNA, BUT A ‘MIXTURE OF VARIOUS CONCOCTIONS,’ A LAWSUIT ALLEGESTIM CARMANJANUARY 27, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Another plaintiff, who works as a massage therapist, said his account was suspended for 42 days in early 2020 after he posted messages about the coronavirus pandemic.
CALIFORNIA PLAINTIFFS SUE CHINESE TECH GIANT TENCENT, ALLEGING WECHAT APP IS CENSORING AND SURVEILLING THEMJEANNE WHALENJANUARY 20, 2021WASHINGTON POST
The health care industry was among those that welcomed the changes, and in 2011, the legislature strengthened the state’s medical malpractice laws, making claims harder to file and capping what plaintiffs could collect.
THE NURSING HOME DIDN’T SEND HER TO THE HOSPITAL, AND SHE DIEDBY SEAN CAMPBELLJANUARY 8, 2021PROPUBLICA
In this case, a Justice Department lawyer, writing on Pence’s behalf, wrote that the interests of Gohmert and the other plaintiffs were not sufficiently opposed to Pence’s own — since they were seeking to expand his power — to justify a suit.
PENCE SEEKS REJECTION OF LAWSUIT THAT AIMED TO EXPAND HIS POWER TO OVERTURN THE ELECTIONROSALIND HELDERMAN, JOHN WAGNERJANUARY 1, 2021WASHINGTON POST
“The concept of a speedy trial or the right to a trial, we’ve lost that,” Joe Rice, one of the lead attorneys for the plaintiffs, said the day Cleveland’s trial was postponed.
CORONAVIRUS STALLS LONG-AWAITED DAY IN COURT FOR HISTORIC OPIOID LAWSUITMERYL KORNFIELDDECEMBER 26, 2020WASHINGTON POST
A Maryland judge temporarily blocked a county order Wednesday that aimed to ban indoor dining, offering a rare victory for plaintiffs challenging coronavirus restrictions in the Washington region.
MARYLAND JUDGE TEMPORARILY BLOCKS COUNTY’S BAN ON INDOOR DININGMICHAEL BRICE-SADDLER, OVETTA WIGGINS, GREGORY S. SCHNEIDERDECEMBER 16, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Online court records show at least 38 school districts across Indiana listed as plaintiffs in small claims lawsuits since the beginning of the year.
THE PANDEMIC HASN’T STOPPED THIS SCHOOL DISTRICT FROM SUING PARENTS OVER UNPAID TEXTBOOK FEESBY ELLIS SIMANI, PROPUBLICA, AND KIM KILBRIDE, SOUTH BEND TRIBUNEDECEMBER 12, 2020PROPUBLICA
Until then, a company hit by an antitrust suit was at the whim of a judge who may or may not buy into whatever theory of competition the plaintiff or defendant presents.
THE FACEBOOK AND GOOGLE ANTITRUST SUITS ARE A WARNING SHOT FOR ALL CORPORATE GIANTS—NOT JUST BIG TECHMATTHEWHEIMERDECEMBER 10, 2020FORTUNE
The plaintiffs argued that they were unable to participate in education programs, stay in contact with loved ones or discuss medical issues with doctors.
THE WAY PRISONERS FLAG GUARD ABUSE, INADEQUATE HEALTH CARE AND UNSANITARY CONDITIONS IS BROKENBY SHANNON HEFFERNAN, WBEZDECEMBER 2, 2020PROPUBLICA
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WORDS RELATED TO PLAINTIFF

  • accuser
  • claimant
  • plaintiff
  • suer
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