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litigation is the legal process of conducting a lawsuit. One who has a tendency to litigate rather than seek non-judicial remedies is called litigious.[1] The plaintiffs and defendants are called litigants and the attorneys representing them are called litigators.[2]

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  1. Definition of 'litigious' at Answers.com
  2. Abrams, Lisa L. (2000) "Civil Litigation The Official Guide to Legal Specialties National Association for Law Placement, Harcourt Legal & Professional Publications, Chicago, page 71, ISBN 978-0-15-900391-6

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