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Ian Kehoe: There is a reason they are called vulture funds

They have not arrived here to help our fledgling recovery - they are here to make money (March 2016)

7th March, 2016

Each morning, an email arrives in my system from a court data company called Mylegaldiary.com. It contains all the High Court cases that have been lodged the previous day.

It is cursory information, the bare facts – name of defendant, name of plaintiff and a code which explains if the case relates to a plenary action or a summary judgement case (there are other cases, but these are the main two in terms of...

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