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Madoff: What's going on in Ireland?

The Irish Independent has reported that  a record number of litigants will seek to have cases heard this week in the Commercial Court, which was set up five years ago to fast track multi-million euro business disputes.

This special court, which became operational in January 2004, heralded a new approach to commercial litigation in Ireland. It was set up to send a message to the world that Ireland is a good place to do business and resolve costly disputes

Among the applications will be attempts to sue Dublin-based Thema International Fund plc, which invested with disgraced US "Ponzi Prince" Bernard Madoff.


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