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attorneyt*tor"ney (&?;), v. t. to perform by proxy; to employ as a proxy. [obs.]attorney t*tor"ney (&?;), n.; pl. attorneys (&?;). [oe. aturneye, of. atorné, p. p. of atorner: cf. ll. atturnatus, attornatus, fr. attornare. see attorn.] 1. a substitute; a proxy; an agent. [obs.] and will have no attorney but myself. 2. (law) (a) one who is legally appointed by another to transact any business for him; an attorney in fact. (b) a legal agent qualified to act for suitors and defendants in legal proceedings; an attorney at law.note: an attorney is either public or private. a private attorney, or an attorney in fact, is a person appointed by another, by a letter or power of attorney, to transact any business for him out of court; but in a more extended sense, this class includes any agent employed in any business, or to do any act in pais, for another. a public attorney, or attorney at law, is a practitioner in a court of law, legally qualified to prosecute and defend actions in such court, on the retainer of clients. -- the attorney at law answers to the procurator of the civilians, to the solicitor in chancery, and to the proctor in the ecclesiastical and admiralty courts, and all of these are comprehended under the more general term lawyer. in great britain and in some states of the united states, attorneys are distinguished from counselors in that the business of the former is to carry on the practical and formal parts of the suit. in many states of the united states however, no such distinction exists. in england, since 1873, attorneys at law are by statute called solicitors.   similar words(9) 

 warrant of attorney  letter of attorney  power of attorney  of attorney  attorney-client relation  attorney-general  district attorney  trial attorney  right to an attorney 

(v. t.)

To perform by proxy; to employ as a proxy.  


One who is legally appointed by another to transact any business for him; an attorney in fact.  


A substitute; a proxy; an agent.  


A legal agent qualified to act for suitors and defendants in legal proceedings; an attorney at law.  

Noun1. a professional person authorized to practice law; conducts lawsuits or gives legal advice (synonym) lawyer (hypernym) professional, professional person (hyponym) advocate, counsel, counselor, counsellor, counselor-at-law, pleader (member-holonym) lawyer-client relation, attorney-client relation (classification) law, jurisprudence


Cyfreithiwr = n. a lawyer, attorney; a litigant

Dirprwywr = n. one who supplies; an agent; an attorney

to employ as an agent To perform by an agent

An alternate word for lawyers or barrister and solicitor, used mostly in the USA. - (read more on Attorney)  

one who acts for another by virtue of an appointment by the latter. attorneys are of various kinds.All persons who are capable of acting for themselves, and even those who are disqualified from acting in their own capacity, if they have sufficient understanding, as infants of a proper age and femes coverts, may act as attorneys of others.The form of his appointment is by letter of attorney.The object of his appointment is the transaction of some business of the constituent by the attorney.The attorney is bound to act with due diligence after having accepted the employment, and in the end, to render an account to his principal of the acts which be has performed for him.Attorney at law. An officer in a court of justice, who is employed by a party in a cause to manage the same for him. appearance by an attorney has been allowed in England, from the time of the earliest records of the courts of that country. they are mentioned in Glanville, Bracton, Fleta, and Britton; and a case turning upon the party's right to appear by attorney, is reported. In france such appearances were first allowed by letters patent of philip le Bel, A. D. 1290. It results from the nature of their functions, and of their duties, as well to the court as to the client, that no one can, even by consent, be the attorney of both the litigating parties, in the same controversy.In some courts, as in the supreme court of the united States, advocates are divided into counsellors at law and attorneys. the business of attorneys is to carry on the practical and formal parts of the suit. In general, the agreement of an attorney at law, within the scope of his employment, binds his client as to amend the record, to refer a cause, not to sue out a writ of error, to strike off a non pros, to waive a judgment by default, and this is but just and reasonable. but the act must be within the scope of their authority. they cannot, for example, without special authority, purchase lands for the client at sheriff's sale.The name of attorney is given to those officers who practice in courts of common law; solicitors, in courts. of equity and proctors, in courts of admiralty, and in the english ecclesiastical courts.The principal duties of an attorney are, 1. To be true to the court and to his client; 2. To manage the business of his client with care, skill and integrity; 3. To keep his client informed as to the state of his business; 4. To keep his secrets confided to him as such.For a violation of his duties, an action will in general lie and, in some cases, he may be punished by an attachment. his rights are, to be justly compensated for his services.    this entry contains material from Bouvier's legal Dictionary, a work published in the 1850's.

(may be referred to as a practitioner or representative) - an individual who is a member in good standing of the bar of any united states court or the highest court of any state and who is registered to practice before the Office.

-- see 37 CFR § 10.1(c); § 11.6(a); and § 10.14(a) and the searchable online Patent attorney agent Roster 

Context: Patent 

An attorney is someone who represents someone else in the transaction of business:For attorney-at-law, see attorney at law, advocate, lawyer, solicitor, barrister or civil law notary.For attorney-in-fact, see power of attorney.

To see an attorney at the bar, denotes that disputes of a serious nature will arise between parties interested in worldly things. enemies are stealing upon you with false claims. If you see an attorney defending you, your friends will assist you in coming trouble, but they will cause you more worry than enemies.  

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