The fact that they had no legal advice and took us to court
to try to defend it was outrageous.
If she took us to court
for causing her duress, it could sink us.
The banks buried their heads in the sand for 10 years and took us to court
Evil Mark Standish, 48, gave evidence against fellow masters and escaped justice in 1990 - then took us to court
We went to the company lawyer, who took us to court
, prepared some legal documents and then we went to immigration," said a worker.
They forced us out through threats, attacks and then took us to court
and took our cafe away from us.
I couldn't believe it when they took us to court
to get a pre-payment card meter fitted.
George, from Cardiff's old docks area of Butetown, added: 'I would love it if she took us to court
Ms Campbell took us to court
after we published a story and picture in February last year revealing she was a drug addict and had been attending meetings of Narcotics Anonymous in London.
But they took US to court
so we were left with no alternative but to institute proceedings.
They were the ones who took us to court
and stopped us.
We always replaced the tiles and paid the cost," explained Bob, "but Mrs Miller still took us to court
- and we lost the case when it was heard in Newcastle
I am devastated that the health board took us to court
They took us to court
, we said we paid, they agreed we paid and therefore it was dismissed.
Rangers say they are not happy but, under article 85 of the European Union, if they took us to court
and lost they could lose ten per cent of their company's worth.