Litigate [verb]

Definition of Litigate:

bring matter before court of law

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Sentence/Example of Litigate:

Especially in heavily litigated Pennsylvania, courts upheld those changes.

Instead they chose to litigate around the truth, pretending there was a legitimate path to overturning state results when the law made clear there wasn’t.

Whatever the decision is will be litigated because they’re going to fight it.

Don’t try to show him stuff or re-litigate his refusal to look.

Still, experts point out that these procedures are far from perfect, and some are still being litigated.

In this episode of the FiveThirtyEight Politics podcast, the crew discusses how voting laws and procedures have changed ahead of the 2020 election and how they’re being litigated right now.

We’ve got one guy who is not going to accept the results of the election and is calling on militia groups to stand by in case they are needed and to litigate the results.

Pendergraft was represented by Shannon Liss-Riordan, a Boston attorney who has litigated similar worker misclassification claims against Uber, FedEx, Amazon and other companies.

Board Chair Steve Vaus said at the start of the meeting that all information had now been released to the public, so he hoped the board could focus on the audit’s findings and stop litigating the way it was handled.

This will create opportunities for him to litigate the count of mail-in ballots.