Campbell has successfully represented other clients in litigations against Adelson.
"Here," said the portly gentleman, who was familiar with all the litigations.
Let the scene close on my litigations at Aix-la-Chapelle and Vienna.
And this was not the end of his litigations, for four years later, when at the age of ninety, he impeached Servius Galba.
What is necessary is to cause the people to have no litigations (Legge).
Out of them grew those lawsuits and litigations that have enriched you, while they ruined us.
The Landrecht was a tribunal with jurisdiction in litigations and other matters affecting the nobility.
It was while he was in the midst of these litigations, that he published, in 1840, the Pathfinder.
A considerable part of which is expended in litigations, in which the poor, instead of being relieved, are tormented.
Our inheritances are become a prize for disputation; and disputes and litigations are become an inheritance.
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.