關於Litigation的意思和用法的提問

包含"Litigation"的句子的意思

Q: litigation是什麼意思
A: It means taking legal action, or settling a dispute legally by taking it to court.
Q: litigation是什麼意思
A: It can be any kind of legal action, but it is usually used for lawsuits (rather than criminal cases). Litigation is more general than the word "lawsuit" and it is more than just a trial in a courtroom. Litigation is the entire process of settling a legal dispute, all the paperwork, interviews, research, settlement offers, and the trial and even appeals after the trial. All of that is litigation.

"Litigation"的近義詞和區別

Q: litigation 和 lawsuit 和 prosecution 的差別在哪裡?
A: Litigation is kind of like the process of taking legal action i.e. "they wanted to avoid litigation because it was too expensive.”

A lawsuit is a dispute or case brought to court which concerns two people or organizations. An example: "We had no choice but to file a lawsuit against the company."

Prosecution is when the court conducts legal proceedings regarding criminal charges against someone/an organisation. Example: "the company ultimately faced prosecution."
It ALSO can be referred to the party who instigates the legal proceedings against someone.
Q: litigation 和 prosecution 和 indictment 的差別在哪裡?
A: litigation means a court battle, primarily in civil law. prosecution is a legal term pertaining to criminal law. it means that the government is going to hold you accountable (prosecute) for your crime. indictment means a formal charge of a crime. hope these help!
Q: litigation 和 law suit 的差別在哪裡?
A: litigation can mean any kind of legal action. for example a criminal in court is facing litigation.

A lawsuit is a civil case in which one party seeks damages from another party.

Anyone can file a lawsuit, and it becomes litigation. But not all litigation involved lawsuits

"Litigation" 的翻譯

Q: litigation work用 英語 (英國) 要怎麼說?
A: it is already English :-)
Q: litigation用 英語 (美國) 要怎麼說?
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"Litigation"有關的其他問題

Q: “RAF has embarked on a litigation process to prevent me from making this audit report public and seeking an order to set aside my audit report”

Why is “seeking” used here instead of “seek”? Isn’t it supposed to be followed after “process to”? Or “RAF has embarked on a litigation process seeking an order to set aside my audit report to prevent me from making this audit report public” sounds more natural to me. Thank you in advance
A: The original sentence is grammatically incorrect and probably meant to add an "is". These are all correct:
“RAF has embarked on a litigation process to prevent me from making this audit report public and is seeking an order to set aside my audit report.”
“RAF has embarked on a litigation process to prevent me from making this audit report public, seeking an order to set aside my audit report.”
“RAF has embarked on a litigation process to prevent me from making this audit report public and seek an order to set aside my audit report.”

The literal difference between these sentences and yours is whether it's the RAF or the audit that is seeking the order, although there's no effective difference in meaning.
Q: What does "bitter litigation" mean? (I'd also like to know whether this is a kind of idiomatic expression or not)

I found this word in the following passage.
"The length of the conflict (*Hundred Years War) can be explained, however, by the fact that a basic struggle for supremacy was exacerbated by complicated problems, such as that of English territorial possessions in France and disputed succession to the French throne; it was also prolonged by bitter litigation, commercial rivalry, and greed for plunder"
https://www.britannica.com/event/Hundred-Years-War
A: It's not an idiomatic expression.

Bitter means when someone is angry for a long time and doesn't forgive.

So bitter litigation means that maybe the person is using the courts for revenge and punishment, and not for justice.

In this context, I don't understand because the litigation the paragraph refers to seems to have nothing to do with a court. I don't know any of this history.
Q: I file a litigation against him.

Is this correct?
A: It is technically correct, but also very unusual, so I wouldn't use "file a litigation". In normal English, litigation is a process. You can file a lawsuit, or you can file a litigation claim (claim that starts litigation).

It doesn't mean that you'll never see "file a litigation", but it would be exceedingly rare.
Q: 請教我litigation的正確發音。
A: 請到提問詳情頁確認

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