Law Firm Fantasy League

This week’s decisions generated points for three teams—and shook up the standings in the process.  The Affirmed were the big winners, collecting 10 points from Kasdorf Lewis & Swietlik (for a brief, oral argument, and favorable outcome in Francis G. Graef v. Continental Indemnity Company) and five points from Conway, Olejniczak & Jerry (for a brief and oral argument in the same case).  On the strength of this showing, they shot far ahead of the Waivers into second place.  Not only did the idle Waivers watch the Affirmed fly past, they also found themselves one point behind the Citations, who added five points from Weiss Law Office for a brief and oral argument in David Stroede v. Society Insurance.  

Even the cellar-dwelling Writs moved into respectability with 10 points from Warshafsky, Rotter, Tarnoff & Bloch for a brief, oral argument, and favorable outcome in David Stroede v. Society Insurance.  When the dust settled at the end of the week, they were only three points back of the Waivers.

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About Alan Ball

Alan Ball is a Professor of History at Marquette University in Milwaukee, WI.

alan.ball@marquette.edu

SCOWstats offers numerical analysis of the voting by Wisconsin Supreme Court justices on diverse issues over the past 66 years.

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