Law Firm Fantasy League

The 2022-23 Fantasy League season in underway, with three of the four teams already scoring in multiple cases.  Last year’s champion, the Waivers, have taken the early lead, but they have certainly done nothing to discourage the Gavels or the Writs, as the following summary indicates.  Only the Affirmed have yet to score, but with several months remaining in the season, there is no reason to conclude, yet, that they will again finish in last place.

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The Waivers: (16 points)
von Briesen & Roper, 5 points for a brief and oral argument in Saint John’s Communities, Inc. v. City of Milwaukee.
Henak Law Office, 1 point for an amicus brief in State v. Jeffrey L. Hineman.
Crivello Carlson, 10 points for a brief, oral argument, and favorable outcome in Rachel Slabey v. Dunn County, Wisconsin.

The Gavels: (15 points)
David Malkus, 10 points for a brief, oral argument, and favorable outcome in State v. Christopher D. Wilson.
Frances Reynolds Colbert, 5 points for a brief and oral argument in State v. Jeffrey L. Hineman.

The Writs: (12 points)
Habush, Habush, & Rottier, 1 point for an amicus brief in Matthew W. Murphy v. Columbus McKinnon Corporation.
Doar, Drill & Skow, 10 points for a brief, oral argument, and favorable outcome in Lindsey Dostal v. Curtis Strand.
Cannon & Dunphy, 1 point for an amicus brief Lindsey Dostal v. Curtis Strand.

The Affirmed: (0 points)

 

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 90 years.

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