Ambrose Evans-Pritchard writes of conflict in the Euro zone:
"Workers are already rising up against the ruling socialists. An angry march by trade unions in Zaragoza on Sunday is the first shot across the bows.
As yet, no Spanish heavyweight has questioned the orthodoxy of EMU membership. That may change, as it is changing in Ireland. The euro system is starting to inflict very grave hardship on ordinary people. This is exactly what critics always feared. In the end, it will breed conflict. "
We need to question our own skills as lawyers in resolving disputes. Our clients should be less inclined to litigate because they cannot afford to do so. Can we sharpn our skills to resolve disputes sooner?