Ah, St. Patrick’s Day, slowly being overtaken in bibulous prominence by Cinco de Mayo.
In honor of driving out the snakes, we offer this article from the Irish Independent, May 10, 2006, “Ireland was becoming the ‘lawsuit capital of Europe’.” Excerpt:
Lord Levene told the annual dinner of the Institute of Directors that the Irish government has set an example for other European states to follow in trying to contain compensation costs, but the problem was now a global one.
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