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  • verb transitive To defeat in litigation.


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out- +‎ litigate


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  • Instead of actually treating employees with respect, the cheaper answer was to just skip directly to legal/HR to outlitigate the source of the complaint.

    Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » Public Sector Unions 2010

  • But if everything requires litigation, and the opponent has endless funds to outlitigate a songwriter or even a country - then you will eventually succumb and take the King's Shilling - and you'll be glad to do that to make the litigation stop.

    The Register 2009

  • Apple decided to (*) outlitigate AS WELL AS out-innovate the competition ... "

    Apple Matters 2009


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