- Joinder refers to the process of bringing multiple parties together in a lawsuit either as plaintiffs or defendants
- In criminal proceedings, it is the consolidation of multiple offenses or defendants in one indictment, information, or prosecution
- In civil proceedings, it refers to a formal response to an issue that has been raised, such as denying an alleged fact
- In business transactions, it denotes the uniting of all the parties involved in a common operation or deal
- In the copyright infringement case, the court decided against the joinder of two defendants from separate lawsuits.
- Due to the complexity of the case, the lawyer argued for the joinder of all offenses in one indictment.
- The absence of joinder in the contract negotiation process led to confusion among the parties involved.