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ILR survey of state litigation environments

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The Institute for Legal Reform released its annual Harris Interactive poll of business perceptions of state lawsuit climates, with the usual suspects—West Virginia, Louisiana, Mississippi, California, and Illinois—bringing up the rear. ILR says that 70% of survey respondents consider litigation environment in choosing where to do business, but I'd be curious if economic numbers bear that out: ceteris paribus, do poor showings in the ILR survey predict relatively poor economic growth, as ILR claims in an advertisement? [Sac Bee; Monroe News Star; Orlando Bus. J.; CBS Philly; WV Record; BLT]

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