The Staten Island Advance weighs in on New York City's perennial problem of litigation outlays: "Court settlements are killing us," said Mayor Bloomberg. Manhattan Institute senior fellow John Avlon is quoted noting the relative success of the city's Health and Hospitals Corp. in reducing claims 17 percent over the past decade (& welcome New Jersey Lawsuit Reform Watch readers).
"Call it 'Sue York' as city loses over $500 million in lawsuits"
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