Law Firm Fantasy League

This week’s decisions furnished an unusually large number of points, primarily because so many firms participated in Billie Johnson v. Wisconsin Elections Commission.  When the dust settled, the Waivers and the Writs remained in their positions at the top of the standings, while the Affirmed slipped past the idle Gavels into third place.  As detailed below, Stafford Rosenbaum led all scorers with 15 points, and three other firms—Pines Bach, Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty, and von Briesen & Roper—each contributed ten.

The Writs, 21 points.
Pines Bach, 10 points for a brief, oral argument, and favorable outcome in Billie Johnson v. Wisconsin Elections Commission.
Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty, 5 points for a brief and oral argument in Brown County v. Brown County Taxpayers Association
and 5 points for a brief and oral argument in Billie Johnson.
Michael Best & Friedrich, 1 point for an amicus brief in Brown County.

The Waivers, 21 points.
von Briesen & Roper, 10 points for a brief, oral argument, and favorable outcome in Brown County.
Troutman Pepper, 5 points for a brief and oral argument in Billie Johnson.
Boardman & Clark, 5 points for a brief and oral argument in Billie Johnson.
Hawks Quindel, 1 point for an amicus brief in Billie Johnson.

The Affirmed, 15 points.
Stafford Rosenbaum, 10 points for a brief, oral argument, and favorable outcome in Billie Johnson
and 5 points for a brief and oral argument in Loren Imhoff Homebuilder, Inc. v. Lisa Taylor and Luis Cuevas.

About Alan Ball

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

alan.ball@marquette.edu

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