- n. Plural form of attorney.
“Ye Gods, what do not attorneys and attorneys clerks know in London!”
“This will never hold up once the label attorneys catch wind.”
“As soon as the label attorneys catch wind of this, they will be sued.”
“While it is common for some law firms to bill associates time at a rate greater than associates are actually paid, in this case our fee was totally based on the amount recovered and when and not based upon the amounts we paid to any attorneys including short term attorneys," a Labaton spokeswoman said.”
“The tobacco industry, according to its attorneys, is determined to tame the Engle litigation beast on a case-by-case basis.”
“The chosen few could collect millions of dollars in attorneys 'fees.”
“There has been an increase in attorneys using a jury's racial makeup as a defense argument, in particular as Hispanic and black populations in parts of the country have swelled since the 2000 Census, said Jeffrey Abramson, a professor at the University of Texas School of Law who has written a book about the role of juries.”
“The investigation was initiated by two of the most corrupt U.S. attorneys from the George W. Bush era.”
“Holmes 'claim that he didn't fire a third of the attorneys is false.”
“Automation, bringing more and more production in-house, and having good patent attorneys is part of it.”
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