There's been a big push in certain Jewish quarters for a bill that would enable victims of terrorism to sue those responsible. The Ceeb has the details here. While such a measure would enable terror victims and their relatives to feel a bit more empowered, realistically speaking, isn't it all mostly for show? As lawyer James Morton, quoted in the Ceeb piece, says, the idea that you could, say, sue Iran, in a Canadian court and actually collect on a judgement "would be tricky if not impossible."
There are those who believe litigation is the answer to everything. I am not among them.