opposing counsel


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opposing counsel

n (Jur) → Anwalt m/Anwältin fder Gegenpartei
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Opposing counsel in the underlying case filed a complaint with the Attorney Grievance Commission.
Subsequent chapters deal with reading cases, communicating with courts and opposing counsel, drafting specific documents, and appellate practice.
The OLR also alleges that, in the same case, Cole failed to respond to discovery requests, failed to prosecute his clients case, failed to respond to opposing counsel and failed to place the $4,500 advance fee the client paid him into his trust account.
A firm was defending a first- and third-party auto claim, and opposing counsel requested the claims representative's deposition.
The opposing counsel raised their concerns and remarked that 'Imran Khan failed to implement orders of the court,' adding that he even failed to submit a reply pertaining to the notice.
570, for a minimum of a three-month parental leave, is a "coddle-the-attorney" rule and suggests that trial court judges and opposing counsel are unsympathetic to a pregnancy situation as a basis for a continuance and need a new rule to dictate their decisions.
The Florida Bar this year filed a complaint against Bernardo Roman III for allegedly making a false 911 call in an attempt to get his opposing counsel in a legal malpractice case locked up.
Cochran and his opposing counsel finally go head-to-head - and it's electric.
Legal Heat is the unabridged audiobook edition of a steamy romance between members of opposing counsel.
When it comes to insurance coverage litigation, claims representatives and their supervisors should expect to be deposed by opposing counsel.
We will cooperate with opposing counsel when scheduling conflicts arise and calendar changes become necessary.
If they do so and then don't hire you, you may be disqualified from being hired by opposing counsel.