It was the tens of thousands of pages of documents—some declassified—that the litigation left in its wake.
A provocative new book argues that an epidemic of litigation is hurting the country.
Had the election been close there, a maelstrom of litigation would have made us pine for hanging chads and Katherine Harris.
On top of the boosted revenue, the bank also quietly put away $684 million in litigation reserves.
The designer appeared victorious in an early round of litigation against his former employer, Christian Dior.
litigation would be a wearisome business and we couldn't buck her crowd down there.
In this age of litigation only one class appeared to thrive—the lawyers.
litigation ensued, and was protracted through several years.
She got into a great deal of litigation and employed as her lawyer Judge Terry.
Thus far the litigation was exclusively a State controversy.
1560s, "disputation," from Late Latin litigationem (nominative litigatio), noun of action from past participle stem of Latin litigare "to dispute, quarrel, strive," from phrase litem agere, from litem (nominative lis) "lawsuit, dispute, quarrel, strife" + agere "to drive, conduct" (see act). Meaning "act of carrying on a lawsuit" is from 1640s.